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damages resulting from defective construction of the building's exterior. I want to sue in small claims court for my cost to replace my floor due to water damage from the outside. The homeowners association will not pay for the damages because they maintain that the condition which caused the leak was present when the building was constructed. Specifically, they argue that the construction of the building required a storm door (the lack thereof which resulted in rain water being absorbed by the concrete sub-floor) and that I should go after the sponsor because the sponsor did not provide a storm door when I purchased the condo unit.