Condominium Dispute About Cigar Smoke Escalates Out of Control

In a recently reported case, MTCC No. 985 v. Cheney, a long-running dispute between the owners of a unit and the condominium corporation about cigar smoke infiltrating into the owners’ unit turned out to be an expensive venture for both parties.   Read the article………….


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