Somerset Chase Homeowners Association alleges townhomes violate building codes (FL)

A homeowners association alleges that the property was negligently constructed and violates state building codes.  Somerset Chase Homeowners Association Inc. filed a complaint on June 16 in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida – Orange County against CalAtlantic Group Inc., also known as CalAtlantic Homes and formerly known as The Ryland Group or Ryland Homes; and Ryland Homes of Florida Realty Corp., alleging violation of building code, negligence and other counts.   Read the article……………

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