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We are a small condo association with 4 units located in MA. Our building is located
in the historic district of our town and was built in 1810.
One of the condo owners is
trying to force us to install two motorized handicap chairlifts for the outside
and inside staircases. She had a pre-existing arthritic condition before she
moved in and was told at that time that she would need condo board approval to make
any changes to the common area.
She purchased her unit anyway, which is on the
2nd and 3rd floor. We require 75% board approval for any changes/additions to
the common area. We feel bad that she has this condition, however none of us
feel that we should shoulder the responsibility of her poor decision.
legally obligated to install the chair lifts and handicap access? We all
purchased our condos as a historic restoration and none of the other
owners/trustees, want to install the motorized chair lift.
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