Two condo associations at two Miami high-rises that fell victim to the housing crash are refusing to cover the tab for construction costs at the luxury project after it was sold in bankruptcy.

Associations for the north and south towers at Miami’s Vizcayne condos are suing for control of the towers, claiming the company that completed construction misused funds and assigned its expenses as a loan to the associations.

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