The brave condo buyer's checklist
. . . then Arbitration
When communication has broken down completelyand the stakes of a fight involve real cash, not just hurt feelingsarbitration is often the way to go. In a two-unit building, the process involves both parties presenting their sides to a disinterested arbitrator, who hands down a decision. The service can get expensive and the arbitrators ruling is legally binding, so think hard before going this route. Youre not actually the problem neighbor, are you?