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By CondoAssociation.com • February 23, 2016

Minnesota plumber makes major drain mistake

plumber-screwed-up.jpgA homeowner of a condominium in Minnesota purchased a washer dryer for their unit, but after installation found that there was no water source.

alls and found that the pipes inside the wall were capped.

They finally hooked up to the building water source but negligently failed to hook up the drain, causing extensive water damage inside the unit and in the common wall.

Who is responsible legally in Minnesota for the cost of the hookup and the damages?

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