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Special assessment to replace the seawall


This question is submitted by Jayne R. out of Florida


Our condo board did a special assessment of 9k each to replace the seawall. We are currently investigating the property developer over those as he retained ownership of the land and it's his responsibility. 

The developer refused to agree to repay us once the court decision is given if it is in our favor so this money is just sitting in an account. Our docs say at no time shall the association pay for any expenses that are not theirs and since they have taken the court position this is not isn't an illegal assessment. 

In the meantime, we have to replace 4 elevators and look at another huge assessment. Shouldn't the seawall be refunded since the developer won't agree anyway prior to another assessment?




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