Leverage Shift: Community Associations Facing Developer Transition Benefit From Court of Appeals’ Decision (NC)

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion that should make it easier for owners associations to pursue remedies against developers if they discover construction defects in the common elements after control of the association is transferred from the developer to the members. Trillium Ridge Condo. Ass’n, Inc. v. Trillium Links & Vill., LLC (N.C. App 2014). In Trillium, Trillium Ridge Condominium Association, Inc. (the “Association”) sued Trillium Links & Village, LLC (the “Developer”), the construction company and other individuals and entities involved in the construction of the condominium for construction defects.     Read the article…………..


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