Court Order Against Abusive Condominium Unit Owner

In a recent case, YCC No. 163 v. Robinson, a condominium corporation was successful in obtaining a court order requiring that a unit owner refrain from abusing, harassing, threatening or intimidating the corporation’s employees, representatives and management staff.   The unit owner was a constant complainer who sent e-mails to management on daily basis requesting records and criticizing the management and maintenance of the condominium. Her vociferous e-mails and many personal visits to the management office included insults, name calling and other types of course language and rude behavior.      Read the article…………….


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