Jury sides with Maui couple in condo lawsuit over disability

WAILUKU >> A jury has sided with a Maui couple in a $1.9 million disability discrimination lawsuit against their condo association, which fined them thousands of dollars for uncarpeted floors and attempted to sell their unit in foreclosure.

The Villas at Kenolio Association of Apartment Owners fined the couple $200 a day over a two-year period for floors that Greg White said help him see where he is going, said Eric Ferrer, the lawyer who represented White and his wife, Michele.

“It was totally egregious,” he said Wednesday. “It was retaliation.”

The wooden floors in the couple’s unit violated the community’s rules, which require second-floor units to have carpeting to muffle noise to the units below,…

Original published: 2018-07-22 10:05:00 Read the full Hawaii News here


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