Condo Board Did Not Provide 10 Days’ Warning of No Smoking Rule (CT)

Tavella v. Rolling Ridge Condominium Assoc.   Connecticut General Statutes §47-261b(a) requires that a condominium board provide 10 days’ advance warning to unit owners of an intent to adopt a rule. Plaintiffs own unit 281 in defendant condominium association in Norwalk and leased the unit to Jessica Carde, who smokes. A neighbor who resides in unit 283, Barbara Smith, complained to the condominium’s board of directors that she could smell smoke and that the smoke adversely affected her health.    Read the article………….


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