When the condo owner of a Admiral’s Flagship Condominium residence became sick after a leaky roof led to toxic mold, a lawsuit ensued.
Persistant leaks led to this case
between Denise DOHERTY
ADMIRAL’S FLAGSHIP CONDOMINIUM TRUST & others.
No. 10-P-840.June 2, 2011. – August 15, 2011.
Motion to dismiss, Complaint, Amendment of Complaint.
Limitations, Statute of. Negligence,
Trespass. Nuisance. Contract,
Performance and breach.
Trespass, Nuisance, Condominium.CIVIL ACTION commenced in the Superior Court Department on February 13, 2009.The case was heard by
Thomas E. Connolly,
J., on a motion to dismiss, and a motion to amendthe complaint was heard by
Paul E. Troy,
Robert J. Doyle
for the plaintiff.
Edmund A. Allcock
for Admiral’s Flagship Condominium Trust.
William P. Rose
for Construction by Design Ltd.Present: Cypher, Grainger, & Rubin, JJ.
After roof leaks led to toxic mold infiltration in her condominium unit, the plaintiff, DeniseDoherty, filed a complaint alleging negligence, nuisance, trespass, misrepresentation, and breachof contract against the defendants, Admiral’s Flagship Condominium Trust.
What makes this case significant is that it sets a precedent for holding landlords accountable for damages done in Massachusetts to mold victims.
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