Two courts have now weighed in on multiple tort claims arising from a parking dispute involving former minor league pitcher Neiman Nix and a Miami Beach condominium association in a case spotlighting potential legal pitfalls for associations and the tenants who lease from their unit owners.

Miami-Dade Circuit Court dismissed Nix’s complaint against Club Atlantis Condominium Association Inc. in 2015 after about a year of litigation. But more legal wrangling is in store after a state appellate court Wednesday revived the suit for Nix and his company, DNA Sports Performance Lab Inc.

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