Sorry I have to find the condo book
This is what it says:
ALLOCATION - DESCRIPTION OF COMMON ELEMENTS AND LIMITED COMMON ELEMENTS
Section 3.1.2 Common elements and Facilities. The common areas, elements and facilities of the condominium shall consist of :
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Article 3.1.e. All conduits, chimneys, chutes, ducts, pipes, plumbing, wiring, flues and otherfacilities for the furnishing of utility services which are contained in common areasor in portions of the buildings contributing to the structure or support thereof, andall the facilities contained within any Unit which serve parts of the building otherthan the Unit within which such facilities are contained, together with an easementof access thereto for maintenance repair, and replacement, as aforesaid.
Please explain what exactly what the whole paragraph meant?
So although I cannot maintained it because it's on the roof it is still my responsibility? How can something I cannot maintained be my responsiblity? They should at least tell me the situation up their if that is that case.
The only thing I can think of is, We are not allowed to go to the roof because of liability. Can I use that as reason? Or advise how how a roof cause damage to your flue? maybe Rain and snow get splatter to my pipe and causes it to corrode?
They already claimed that the roof is not leaking, but I just hired a HVAC professional to give me a quote and see what is going on up there. They took picture and they said that their are holes on my flue pipe and it seem the HOA already been patching it up. So if HOA is patching up the holes then something doesnt make sense if they are telling me that is my responsibility. I never asked anybody to do anything up their in regards XXXXX XXXXX flue pipe or have someone patching it up so eventually the HOA is touching my flue then.
Thank you. I will try that. Wish me luck.
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