Re: Condo Plumbing issues
It was my understanding the management company was liable for any plumbing issue within the walls. Why are they coming after us.
The management company shouldn't be responsible for anything except managing the building. The unit owners, such as you, own the building, and are ultimately responsible for any damages to common elements -- and water pipes in the walls, by the way, are often considered to be common elements (check your local laws). Water pipes inside your unit, however, are typically your responsibility.
If the leak came from a common-element pipe, then you shouldn't be responsible for any flooding, since the pipe doesn't belong to you, it belongs to the condo association. On the other hand, if the leak came from an appliance or a pipe inside your unit, then you're probably responsible. As dadpad
mentioned, your condo-owner's insurance may cover this claim. Call your insurance agent and explain your situation.