HOA Manager Court Case Ruling

This case involved a dispute between the owners of a penthouse condominium unit (“Owners”) and their Association’s Board of Managers (“Board”), and the Association’s managing agent (“Manager”), who was under contract with the Association to manage the day-to-day operations of the Association and keep the common elements of the building in good repair. The dispute stemmed from ongoing claims by Owners, which arose shortly after purchasing their unit, that they were experiencing excessive and unreasonable noises, vibrations, and offensive cooking odors in their unit. Owners also complained that shortly after they moved in, they learned of water that was leaking from the roof into their unit.