Smoke Migration and the Obligations of the Condominium Corporation

A recent court decision, MTCC No. 985 v. Cheney, provides a nice summary of the obligations of a condominium corporation dealing with smoke migration.  In this case, the owners were forced to move out of their unit because of cigar smoke entering from a neighboring unit. The court confirmed that the condominium corporation had a duty to investigate and to take steps to resolve any common element problems that were allowing the smoke migration.    Read the article………..


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