Unit owners paying the price for faulty workmanship of building

Q: I am an original owner in a condominium building where the unit owners are faced with a special assessment of over $2 million to repair faulty balconies and water infiltration issues. Our building was built only 10 years ago as new construction. What could we have done to prevent this situation? How could this building ever have passed city of Chicago inspections?     Read the Q&A………………


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