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Successfully obtained judgment against an owner to allow the association access to his home for maintenance and repairs.

Facts – A home owner refused to provide the association and its contractors with access during a window and siding project. The association requested that the court order him to provide access to the home, which the owner ultimately provided.

Kaman & Cusimano successfully obtained a judgment requiring the owner to comply with the association’s demand for access to his unit as well as an order requiring the owner to reimburse the association over $6,700 for legal fees, manager fees, and additional contractor costs.


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