Complaint letters are part of association’s official record

Q: I live in a condominium and recently sent a letter to the manager complaining about the occupants of a neighboring unit. When the owner of the unit found out that someone complained, they asked for a copy of the letter. The manager gave them my letter. I feel that this is an extreme breach of my privacy and the confidentiality that the association was required to keep. Would I be allowed to sue my association for this type of conduct?    Read the Q&A……………..


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