Q. During a break-in in our building, a unit tenant had his car and gate keys stolen.  The HOA was notified that day, but five days later and in spite of repeated follow-up messages, they have yet to change the gate locks.

Their last message said they would be changed "Monday or Tuesday."  What can I do?

A.  It can be very alarming when a break-in occurs in a condo building. The board and the association's management company have a responsibility to the unit owners to provide

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