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    Default Plumbing Issues

    My question is who is responsible for a valve shut off in a condo being repaired. The turn off and on valve is outside the wall but is connecte dto pipes in the wall of my condo. Who`is responsible for this repair?

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    My question is who is responsible for a valve shut off in a condo being repaired. The turn off and on valve is outside the wall but is connecte dto pipes in the wall of my condo. Who`is responsible for this repair?
    So the shut off valve is located inside your condo and cannot be accessed outside of your condo? In that case, I would say that its your responsibility.

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    My question is who is responsible for a valve shut off in a condo being repaired. The turn off and on valve is outside the wall but is connecte dto pipes in the wall of my condo. Who`is responsible for this repair?
    The repair for what?

    You need to give us more info on what the situation is.

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    Default Re: Plumbing Issues

    What needs to be repaired is clear.

    "a valve shut off in a condo"

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    What needs to be repaired is clear.

    "a valve shut off in a condo"
    Actually, I'd say this is less than clear.

    Is this a supply valve and does it supply more than you? Is this a spigot that is for your use? There are other question that I could ask but they could be relevant.

    All of the pipes in the building connect to yours. I'd imagine, since I cannot read your CC&Rs from here, that you are responsible for the pipes that inside your walls and, in shared walls, pipes that serve your unit.
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    Quote Quoting PayrolGuy
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    What needs to be repaired is clear.

    "a valve shut off in a condo"
    Your crystal ball is better than mine. I have no Idea what OP is speaking about. And neither do you.

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