Miami Beach condo association sues over alleged defective glass (FL)

Eight years after the MEI Condominium in Miami Beach was completed, the building’s owners are looking to collect $4.8 million in insurance bond funds from a subcontractor that allegedly didn’t finish the job.  In a lawsuit filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court last month, the MEI Condominium Association accuses Miami-based RC Aluminum Industries and its insurance carrier, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, of breach of contract by not paying the bond.   Read the article……….


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