On November 29, 2018, the Mold Lawyers from Militzok & Associates won the entry of a temporary injunction against the Jamaica House Condominium Association in the 17th Judicial Circuit of Broward County, Florida after the Association repeatedly refused to perform destructive testing at the request of our client, the unit owner. The unit owner alleged that water was intruding from the outer perimeter of his condominium unit and had requested the association investigate the source of the water. After the Association refused to open up the necessary areas of drywall and ceiling which are considered to be part of the common elements belonging to the Condo Association, the unit owner was forced to bring suit and move for a temporary injunction. Having proven that the water did not originate from within the perimeter of the unit owner’s unit, the Court ruled that it was necessary for the condo association to undertake the necessary investigation to determine the source of the water. The court’s ruling re-enforces the legal concept that condo associations are responsible for maintaining the ceilings and drywall contained within a condominium unit provided that the source of the water originated from outside the perimeter of the unit.
Send Written Notice
If you are experiencing a similar situation where water is intruding into your condominium unit and the association refuses to undergo the necessary investigation and remediation, the first step is always to send a written notice via certified mail to the condominium association. If the association has failed to address your concerns within a reasonable period of time after you have delivered the notice, please contact us for a free consultation.
Contact Us if your Condo Association Refuses to Investigate or Remediate the Water Damaged Ceilings or Drywall in your Unit
Of course, with every situation, there may be exceptions and differing facts which require the analysis of a mold attorney. The Mold Lawyers at Militzok & Associates offer a FREE consultation to discuss the unique facts of your mold claim with our experienced attorneys. For more information, call us at (954) 241-2260, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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