Should a woman involved in a dispute with her condominium association have to pay more than $46,000 in legal fees stemming from the collection of a legal bill that was originally $500?

The Commonwealth Court, Pennsylvania’s appeals court, said yes. But the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has given the woman another chance, recently granting allocatur in Mountainview Condominium Owners v. Bomersbach.

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