CLEARWATER — A St. Petersburg condominium association is suing a unit owner and tenant, alleging public nuisance and breach of contract.
The Wave Condominium Association of St. Petersburg Inc. filed a complaint June 4 in Pinellas County Circuit Court against Kyla Frances Buchanan and Zachary T. Alexander, alleging the defendants knowingly breached their duty to properly maintain the unit.
According to the complaint, on March 23, the condominium unit at 3315 58th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, owned by Buchanan and rented by Alexander, were causing annoyance and disturbance to other residents. The suit says Alexander rented the unit without prior notice from the association and the violations caused the plaintiffs monetary and non-monetary damages.
The plaintiff allege Buchanan and Alexander knowingly breached their duty of properly maintaining the unit and imposing proper conduct within the premises and violated the terms and conditions under the declaration of the condominium.
Wave Condominium Association seeks trial by jury, an order for inductive relief to immediately cease and desist the renting of the unit, removal of the tenant, monetary damages including costs, attorney fees and all other relief deemed just and proper. It is represented by attorneys Monique E. Parker, Bennett L. Rabin, Adam C. Gurley and Mark R. Watson, Jr. of Rabin Parker PA in Clearwater.
Pinellas County Circuit Court case number 18CA4449 6/4