Condo Unit Owner Successfully Challenges Lien

In a recent case, Washington v. Y.C.C. No. 441, a commercial condo unit owner successfully sued the condominium corporation after the corporation registered a lien against his unit for repair costs related to clearing a blockage in the plumbing system.  For ten years, the unit owner operated a business in unit 48 that trimmed and marinated meats to supply to various restaurants. No food was cooked in the unit. The owner had installed a grease trap in the unit that was cleaned and maintained on a regular basis (every 6 to 8 weeks) by an independent grease trap company.     Read the article…………..


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