Trump Palace unit owner who alleged she was being harassed sued by condo association for harassment (FL)

For the condo association at the Trump Palace in Sunny Isles Beach, unit owner Rhonda Hojandiov has been a disruptive force throughout the building for more than three years. For Hojandiov, the condo association has failed to stop her upstairs neighbor from harassing her during the same time period. So now the association wants a Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge to shut down Hojandiov’s complaining.  According to a civil lawsuit filed by the association against Hojandiov and her husband Samuel last month in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, the association wants an injunction prohibiting her from “acting in an inappropriate manner and otherwise interfering with the operations of the association and its employees.”      Read the article…………..


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