Condo too aggressive; court awards no costs.

A condominium corporation commenced an application against unit owners seeking orders that they obey the rules, be quiet and leave others alone. The owner commenced a counter-application for the same relief against the condominium. Most of the dispute related to the costs of the proceedings. The condominium insisted upon full recovery, or near full recovery, of all of its costs (about $150,000.00) prior to a ruling by the judge. Neither the condominium or owners were successful in their applications. The condominium sought $30,000.00 in costs.    Read the article………..


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