Oral arguments held for Supreme Court case involving city of Cumming (and HOA) (GA)

Oral arguments were recently held for a Georgia Supreme Court case between the city of Cumming and homeowners of the Castleberry Homeowners Association Two, Inc.  According to court documents, the case began with issues over townhomes built in the Villages of Castleberry subdivision that did not meet setback, the distance between a lot line and a building line, which homeowners complained “ the townhomes were so close to their property lines that the windows looked down into their single family homes’ windows and back yards.”     Read the article…………


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