Condominium owner cannot sue contractor for negligently plowing snow
Kimberly Greene sued her condo association, Sterling Woods Condominium Association, and Stamper & Company, after she fell and broke an ankle. She claimed the Stamper people were negligent in removing ice from a walkway. The Court held that since Stamper's only duty to remove snow and ice originated in the cotnract it signed with Greene's association, it owed no duty to her. It did not owe a duty to act reasonably in removing snow, and it did not owe a contractual duty to her as a third-party beneficiary of the contract with her association.