An injunction against a Clearwater condominium association was approved by the Second District Court of Appeal at the behest of unit owners who filed suit to demand immediate repairs to the concrete slab beneath their first-floor residence.

The opinion highlights the substantial obligations that condominium associations have to maintain, repair and replace their common elements, and it reflects the severity of how the Florida courts may rule against the associations that fail to adequately do so.

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