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Appeals Court Resurrects Toxic Mold Claim Against Admiral’s Hill Condominium

Application of “Discovery Rule” Enables Toxic Mold Claim To Survive Dismissal

The hazardous mold case in the condominium unit owned by Denise Doherty at the Admiral’s Flagship Condominium in Chelsea was dismissed due to being filed 2 years after the water leak. In 2004, a roof leak led to ceiling cracks and loosening plaster in Doherty’s unit. She requested repairs. Any repairs made were either untimely or inappropriate. In February, 2006, Doherty noticed mushrooms and water infiltration on the same threshold and notified the condominium management company. It replied that the threshold was rotted, and required replacement. The management company did a shoddy job repairing the damage.

Doherty v. Admiral’s Condo Case

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