While y'all were piddling with dry ice and bats and spiders, I was into some real scary stuff this weekend.
I read depositions from a lawsuit brought by a member of our condo association against the board a few years ago.
Without getting into details, it concerned the backup of a common drain into a private unit and remediation.
The unit owner sued the condo association for $22,000. The board spent more than $60,000 in legal fees to defend the suit, then recently settled with a payment of $35,000 to the owner.
Get it? The condo association paid more than $100,000 for a $22,000 suit, with most of that money going to a couple good ole Alabama counselors -- one named Craven, "protector of the association's interests."
I call that scary.