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Wood roof deck ripped down in a condominium


This question is submitted by Michael T. out of Illinois

My HOA Board ripped down my wood roof deck along with a few others in a 200+ unit complex and replaced them with steel, porcelain, and aluminum giant connected structures that forced us to pay around $60-80k each as a special assessment. 

They made up their minds they wanted to do this but wood is at least 5 times cheaper and up to code. Is this a breach of the fiduciary obligation outlined in the ILCA? If we can't pay it, our home goes into lien and we lose it?




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