What role do homeowner's associations play in addressing construction defects? | Steinberg Law Firm

What role do homeowner’s associations play in addressing construction defects?

In a multi-family building, like a condominium building, the homeowner’s association will own parts of the building. Typically, the individual unit owners own the finished unit, and the homeowner’s association owns the remainder of the building. Homeowners are obligated to care for and maintain the portions of the building the association owns. Because the association typically owns the exterior of the walls, the roofs, and other exterior components, the association often needs to bring a lawsuit against the builder for defects in these parts of the building.

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