Is the HOA board responsible for damage caused by a tree’s roots

Question: Some idiots years ago decided to plant a row of ficus trees behind a number of homes where I live. A ficus root has made its way under my porch and damaged the concrete. The HOA is responsible for “maintaining” vegetation, but I am told that doesn’t include roots. Is there any case law on this issue?   Read the Q&A……….


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