Court Awards Owners Damages of $134,900 and $106,801 for Association’s Failure to Maintain Common Areas and Improper Governing of Association

This case involved claims brought by two condominium owners (“Owners”) against their condominium association (“Association”) for damages and injunctive relief based on claims that Association: (i) failed to properly maintain the common areas and exteriors of the condominiums for several years; and (ii) consistently violated the governance provisions of the its declaration and bylaws by, among other things, failing to hold meetings and votes on Association affairs, failing to maintain banking and other Association records, and refusing to provide Owners with financial information about the Association.