S.A. from outside of Connecticut writes:
Dear Mister Condo,
Mister Condo replies:
S.A., typically the roof is an association responsibility. However, there can be exceptions, especially if the dormer roof was a modification made by you or a previous owner. If the Board is refusing to repair the roof, which is typically a common element, you have every right to find out why. If a previous owner added the dormer, it is possible that they also agreed to maintain the roof as part of the agreement for adding the dormer. If that is the case, you inherited that responsibility when you purchased the unit. Other than that, the Board is charged with maintaining the common elements, including the roof. Good luck!