Rinker v. Oakton Condo. Unit Owners Ass’n

A condominium owner who sues her unit owners’ association for damage to her unit need not join all her fellow unit owners as necessary defendants. Here, the plaintiff alleges that her condo has become uninhabitable due to mold and sues her owners’ association for nuisance, trespass, negligence, and violation of the Virginia Condominium Act. Plea in bar overruled.

Rinker v. Oakton Condo. Unit Owners Ass’n, No. CL18-7525, Sept. 20, 2018. Fairfax Cir. (Oblon).

Categories: Virginia Circuit Courts

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