This case involves a slip and fall at a residential condo complex in Utah. The condo complex has over 100 units, one of which is owned by the plaintiff. The plaintiff was walking to his unit from his car during a snow storm. There was a section of ice in the driveway and as soon as he stepped on the section, he fell to the ground, breaking his wrist. The condo complex provides plowing to both roads and driveways but does not sand the driveway. The trustee of the complex claims they do not sand the area because it is considered “exclusive use” and not a common area. The plaintiff contends the owner has exclusive use of the easement of the driveway, but the owner cannot “sell” or “own” the driveway. He therefore considers it a common area.