Privé Island Scores Yet Another Legal Victory With Judge Rulings (FL)

Privé at Island Estates, the iconic twin tower residential development on the last developable island in South Florida, announced its second legal victory, ruled by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge William Thomas, on September 20th with granted development access rights through the South Island, Williams Island.  The first victory came on June 5, 2017, when Judge Thomas ruled that the statute of limitations had long expired for the Island Estates Homeowners Association and the Williams Island Property Owners Association to challenge vested rights determination agreement. The victory is celebrated after the associations’ years-long attempt to stop construction of the twin tower development, which is now slated for end of November delivery.     Read the article…………….


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