Condo owner questions who is responsible for maintenance, replacement of windows and doors

Q.: My wife and I are senior citizens and own a condominium unit. After the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005, our condominium used insurance proceeds to replace windows and sliding doors. The new doors and windows are very difficult to open and we are physically unable to maintain them properly. The board is claiming the owners are responsible to maintain and replace the windows and sliding glass doors. Is this true?     Read the Q&A……….


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