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By CondoAssociation.com • January 9, 2017

Are these HOA common elements?  They need to be repaired.

My mother’s condo association (circa early 1970’s) replaced part of the concrete slab floor of the unit above/ceiling or her unit in the Florida Room /Porch area. The Association has sent her a Bill to Remove and Re-install a portion of the windows in order to replace a portion of the slab. They had also told her that it is her responsibility to paint this area. Is this correct? I view this as they repaired a part of a common element, during that repair they removed windows necessary to access the slab, who is financial responsibility is that. Also her paint was removed who is responsible for that and other. Also carpeting, window treatments, and electrical fixtures were removed. Should not the Association be responsible for bringing the unit back to the condition it was in prior to their repair of the common element.

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