Leaky Ceiling

By Leaky Issue

I own a condo unit in another state that is being rented out currently. Last summer, the condominium received a new roof. After getting the new roof, my unit has suddenly started to leak even though it was not leaking before. The problem is that the property management company that operates the entire building on behalf of the home owner’s association won’t do anything about the leak in my condo unit. My condo has started to grow mold and I had to have the ceiling partially removed. 
What can I do to resolve this issue since I cannot personally have the entire roof redone? What recourse do I have in dealing with this roof leak which is not being resolved by the management company? And how can I best deal with my tenant so it is resolved for him?

Edited on: Saturday, July 27th, 2013 1:15 pm

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