Water Leaks

It is important that every owner maintain his or her unit so that it does not leak, but sometimes accidents occur such as overflowing tubs, leaking pipes, or showers with failing caulk or grout. If a leak originates in a unit, it is the responsibility of that unit owner to fix the problem and any damage caused to other units or to the common elements. If a leak originates in a common element, it is the Association's responsibility.

If your neighbor above is leaking into your unit, vice versa, you will need to work with your neighbor to resolve the issue. In an emergency situation, the Association may need to enter a unit to avoid further damage, which is a major reason why contact phone numbers and keys are needed for all units.

Remember that the Association's insurance does not cover repair or replacement of your personal possessions or the upgrades you may have installed in your unit. See the article on insurance for more information.

In Legal

If payment is not received by the Managing Agent (Cardinal Management Group) within 45 days after the due date, legal action will be initiated.

Your account will be sent to the law firm. Remaining installments of the annual assessment will be accelerated, and action to collect fees owed will be undertaken, which may include filing a lien or suit to collect all sums due to the Association, including delinquent assessments, late charges, administrative fees, costs, and reasonable attorney's fees. At this point, you will be dealing with the law firm rather than the Managing Agent. Please don't make us send you to legal!

Our Staff

Kelly Dillon
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Steve RugenSteve Rugen
Cardinal Management Group