Condo owner soaked after Faucette gets flooded by leaky pipe

A Charlotte company that tried to withhold a $5,000 insurance payment as leverage in an ongoing dispute over condominium association dues will have to pay out more than $42,000 in damages to the condo owner, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled July 21.     Read the article………..


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