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You will have to read the fine print of the bylaws to see how it is handled. Your governing documents, including board meeting minutes, which may have addressed the phenomenon that attracts squirrels -- such as a bird feeder -- will give you the answer you need.

Also, it depends on what was damaged and whether the damaged item(s) were owned by the association or by an individual.

As the board or the property manager to assist you in your research.
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