R.B. from New Haven County writes: Dear Mister Condo, Can a non-Unit Owner resident raise issues at an Executive Committee meeting? Mister Condo replies: R.B., from a very technical standpoint, without a power of attorney from the owner of the unit where the non-owner resides or a request from the Board to speak at the…
L.S. from Tolland County writes: Dear Mister Condo, What is the legality on solar panels for condominiums and their by-laws? Mister Condo replies: L.S., as you know, I am not an attorney so I cannot offer any legal advice in this column. For a legal opinion, kindly consult with a qualified attorney in your area….
N.S. from Illinois writes: Dear Mister Condo, My condo board was informed that they had illegally implemented a rental cap in our building when the board was first formed. They repealed the rental cap and put a new rental cap to a vote. The board’s proposed rental cap was not voted in by the owners….
B.B. from outside of Connecticut writes: Dear Mister Condo, I live in and own my condo. I have been here 30 years. The condo is 40 years old. I live on the top floor, 3rd floor. I have vibration coming from the unit on my bedroom side, and I am aware of what it is….