Condo Unit Owner Can't Sue for Breach of Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment

LVT Number: #24712

A condominium unit owner sued the building owner, homeowners association, and the building's board of managers for damages based on negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of quiet enjoyment, and private nuisance. The unit owner claimed that a pipe burst in a common area crawl space beneath her unit and that black mold then developed, damaging the unit. The building defendants asked the court to dismiss the owner's claims without a trial. The court ruled for them in part.

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