Dear Mr. Villa,
I'm trying to add a sink to my Condominium.
It will only be a 15" Bar sink.
Currently the only plumbing in the bathroom is the bathtub and the sink.
My plumber discovered the Tub has a shut off for hot and cold.
There is a Pipe from the Overflow to the drain when we opened the panel behind the tub.
We would like to tie into this PIPE as the drain for the new Bar sink.
Condo Association is concerned if this will create backup?
Or should it work? It would just drain slower?
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