HOA in Sandy (UT) sues developer over damage to townhomes due to collapsible soil

A local homeowner’s association has filed a lawsuit against Castlewood Builders after accusing them of building more than 70 Sandy townhomes on collapsible soil.  It’s a five-year lawsuit that has homeowners dipping into their own pockets and potential buyers staying away.     Read the article…………


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