Miami Condo Manager Claims Retaliatory Firing (FL)

August claims the board had not maintained the legally required reserves for a condo, and proceeds from a $750,000 special assessment were used for unintended purposes, according to the complaint.  The condo board didn’t notify new buyers and tenants that the garage had been deemed “extremely hazardous” by an engineer and lost its insurance coverage, the complaint said. She also alleged insurance fraud, closed-door board meetings, failure to promptly approve full funding for garage repairs, delaying repair to a damaged generator and keeping former tenants’ deposit checks without legal justification.    Read the article………….


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