Developers’ Rights Decisions: Puzzling, Perturbing, and Problematic

Litigation is unpredictable. That’s no surprise to anyone who fights court battles regularly. It is also a theme reflected in three recent court decisions dealing with developer rights.  In the first case, Condominiums at Lilac Lane v. Monument Garden, LLC, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that additions to an existing condominium were not subject to time limits and other statutory restrictions on phased developments.     Read the article………….


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