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By CondoAssociation.com • January 24, 2018

Co-mingling of expenses between condo association and unit owner projects

I would like to know how to assess who is liable for damages caused by faulty foundations. I live in a small (7 units) self-managed condo. We have been undergoing repairs to our buildings for approximately 6 months. I just received an ACCOUNT QUICK REPORT from the president. I am concerned because the report reflects payments for work being done on the President's unit and one other which is not only repairing the damages incurred but also the complete redesign of the bathrooms, replacing the floors, etc. with upgraded materials, changing plumbing and electrical outlets. I am being assessed these costs. Also included in the accounting are charges made to pay for upgrading the president's garage. The report shows all expenses being commingled. There is no definition as to who is responsible for what. She is also paying a general contractor for supervision? There is also a bill for replacing the tile on our balconies. I have never seen a bid for this work, nor do I know who is doing the work.

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