I have been lucky over the past two weeks, having won a few condominium arbitration cases. One of the cases involved a demand by a condominium association for entry into a unit in order to verify the existence of a Jacuzzi, loft and fire pit. The owner refused and asserted many defenses. In the end, the arbitrator ruled that there is almost no defense for the failure of a unit owner to allow entry into a unit.
To read about the case, click here,