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I am the owner of one unit in a two unit fee simple condo association in NJ and we have a master insurance policy that covers both units. Both condos were damaged by a fire and we received an insurance settlement.

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I live on the first floor and I'm told since I want to put tile down I need to have sound proofing done first before the tile. What I don't understand is that I'm on the first floor , why is this required.

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My mother has mold has mold in her condo. It has been there for three years and progressively getting worse. We had to move her out of the condo

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I'm in Michigan. The flooding resulted in LOTS OF WATER DAMAGE TO MY BASEMENT.

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Has anybody ever experienced this? We have a capital improvement project where we will be removing front lawns for zero scape. Our property management is say we should get at least three bids just on the designs.

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The neighbor underneath found mold on inside wall of her bathroom cabinet. HOA called a contractor . The building manager called me about the situation and that we had to pay the bill estimate from their contractor of choice, which to me sounded extremely expensive:$4200. Is the law on our side to request I find my own contractor to fix this leak since apparently we are responsible for the bill?

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We have decorative non-hurricane shutters that are costing us loads of money with fixing all the time, water leaks from them going down from the 3rd floor to the first, mold inside walls, etc. The question is that are we entitled to get real hurricane shutters in palm beach county and get rid of these.

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Can board members use condo association vendors for repairs?

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IF WORK IS DONE BY A HOMEOWNER TO REMOVE FALLEN TREES, CAN HOMEOWNER BE REIMBURSED FOR CHAIN SAW, GAS, OIL, TIME, AND WORK DONE TO COMPLETE THE PROJECT?

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We are having issues with ice dams and huge icicles forming off roofs and have had several businesses give estimates on what is needed to prevent their forming. One suggested more attic insulation.

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