Is condo corporation responsible for repair costs?

Q: I am the board president of a 12-unit townhouse condominium. In August 2015 rain led to flooding in some of the units, and insurance did not cover the repairs. The corporation has reimbursed the owners for the repairs. However, one owner provided an initial quote to repair the bathroom vanity, and now has submitted another invoice in excess of the original quote (in excess of $400) and is seeking full reimbursement. Does the corporation have to pay the higher amount?     Read the article………….


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