Owner’s Refusal to Co-Operate With Fireplace Maintenance Requirements – An Expensive Lesson (ON)

In the compliance proceeding case MTCC No. 634 v. Adamo, a condominium corporation had asked that fireplace maintenance be completed; however, one owner steadfastly refused to fix the problems with his unit’s fireplace to bring it into compliance. Prior to the court hearing in October, 2015, the owner had finally complied, and the Court was only required to decide the issue of costs.     Read the article…………


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