Condominium Unit Owners Not Strictly Liable for Damage Originating from Their Unit in Ohio

In condominium associations, where individual owners share a common interest in property and are often within close proximity to each other, it is not uncommon for disputes to arise between individual owners. Resolution of these disputes often turns on how the property relationships are defined by condominium association documents and bylaws, as well as state condominium statutes. In a recent decision from Ohio, the court analyzed the rights and responsibilities between two unit owners when a water leak in a top unit caused damage to a lower unit that was not covered by insurance.   Read the article…………..


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