Dartmouth woman gets $1,200 for that sinking feeling (NS)

A Dartmouth, N.S., woman has won a $1,200 judgement against her condo corporation for a sinking floor, a court ruling one condo group says underlines for boards that run such buildings how they must take owner concerns seriously.  Rebecca Mercer didn’t know she had a problem until she tore up her carpet to replace it with laminate flooring in 2015, according to a Nova Scotia small claims court decision released this week.    Read the article…………..


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