I had a photoshoot in a condo clubhouse (the common area where all the residents have access) recently; I knew a couple of condo owners in the complex and they let me use it. However, the property manager found out about the shoot afterwards (via surveillance) and was not too pleased, I simply smoothed things out by telling them it was for practice and we wouldn't use it again w/o written permission or whatever.
So, the provider of the wardrobe ends up using the photos in a published ad for their store, slated to come out next month. I'm pretty sure that legally, the condo property manager could not really do anything about it, but I'm getting a little paranoid here and I just need to figure out if there is any legal action they can take against me OR the clothing company for using their photos. In the images, there is no sign or anything that indicates where the photos were taken, like the name of the condo, etc...They just have some unique walls and furniture that would probably not be mistaken for any other location.
Any help is greatly appreciated!