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By CondoAssociation.com • January 17, 2017

Condo buildings: Are interior walls between units common property?

During hardwood floor installation, we discovered a problem with cold air seeping into the drywall resulting is icy cold hardwood floors. Additionally cold air is coming into bedroom through the electric covers. While there may be problems with exterior wall (cracks, etc.), I am trying to understand who technically owns the insulation/space between exterior wall and drywall. I can’t get a simple answer from my management board. They say its dependent on the structural engineers findings. I agree with that if they found cracks etc. Let’s assume the report comes back with no findings of cracks, then who is responsible to rip drywall and install better insulation?

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