My question involves a condominium located in the State of: Florida
My condo in Florida has a water leak. The leak is on the main water supply line into the condo. The pipe comes into the condo, goes thru a shutoff valve, then is distributed within the condo. The leak is on the "supply side". I can't turn my shutoff valve off and fix it, I need to turn the supply to the entire block of condos off.
My condo board says it's my responsibility because the leak is inside the condo. I think it's theirs because the water is not "delivered" to the unit until it passes thru the shutoff valve I control.
The question is -is there anything in writing, 2010 Florida building code or elsewhere, that defines when ownership transitions from the building to the individual condo? The condo board has already rejected the claim, so to overturn that I would need to refer to some written standard. There are condo bylaws, but they don't address something this specific.