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Subject: Negligent or Mentally Unstable Owner
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RNelson
(California)

Posts:2


05/03/2006 2:51 PM  
We have an owner who refuses to fix plumbing in her unit, emails threatening messages to board members about "elder abuse", and won't be there to let maintenance or board members in to review her complaints.
Her gross negligence is becoming a concern due to the mildew and possibility of mold moving to other units.
Do we have a legal way to impose on her to fix her unit before it causes harm to others or are the neighboring units left waiting until mold spreads to their units.
A plumber and board members have had to breakin (move a sliding door) to get in to fix a plumbing break before. The owner a year later still believes that her leaking tub faucet was caused by this plumber and has not had it fixed.
She never provide a phone number or calls or property managements, just send crytic emails to the board.
hoatalk
(California)

Posts:577


05/03/2006 3:26 PM  
One of our recent news articles is somewhat related:

"NC: Mold Causing Problems In South Charlotte Condo"

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http://www.wsoctv.com/specialreports/9137085/detail.html


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RNelson
(California)

Posts:2


05/04/2006 1:26 PM  
There should be a law that would allow a HOA to impose legal requirements that an owner fix up something before it gets moved into the vortex of foreclosure. Is there anything like this? Clearly this could affect more peopel and cost more money in the long run. Part of the HOA reponsibility to take care of the building, thre should be a law that allows an HOA to require an owner fix things.
LisaS
(Illinois)

Posts:341


05/04/2006 8:58 PM  
An owner is required to perform due diligence with regard to cleanliness and maintenance, just as the HOA is. They are also required to mitigate their problem before it becomes everyone's problem.

It appears the only route that will get it done if this person is as unstable and uncooperative as you say is the legal one. I suggest you contact an attorney ASAP.
Lisa
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