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<p>Condominium/home owner�s responsibility</p><p> I am a plaintiff in pro per. The defendant owns a condominium unit above my unit. His friend flooded his unit and the water overflow caused great damage to my unit. The owner says he never caused the damage. His attorney says his client is not responsible.</p><p> </p><p> I understand that the defendant�s friend is responsible. However, I also believe that the defendant who is the owner of the unit is equally responsible. </p><p> </p><p> Is the owner responsible?</p><p> </p><p> Where can I research to find case references showing the responsibilities of condominium owners to each other?</p><p> </p><p> I appreciate your time and advice.</p>
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Anonymous
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Posted on / Apr. 08, 2008 13:29:00

Re: Condominium/home owner�s responsibility

If the damage is around $7500 or less, file in small claims court against the owner and tenant, and tell your story to the judge. If it is a lot more money than that, you will have to file in Superior Court. You'll need an attorney do do that, and he'll support your case with the correct law and arguments. If that is what you need, feel free to contact me, if the case is in SoCal courts.

Anonymous
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Posted on / Apr. 08, 2008 13:29:00

Re: Condominium/home owner�s responsibility

If the damage is around $7500 or less, file in small claims court against the owner and tenant, and tell your story to the judge. If it is a lot more money than that, you will have to file in Superior Court. You'll need an attorney do do that, and he'll support your case with the correct law and arguments. If that is what you need, feel free to contact me, if the case is in SoCal courts.

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