Homeowners lose 18-year battle for Naples Estates (FL)

The homeowners association of Naples Estates has lost its 18-year battle to buy their mobile home park.  The Second District Court of Appeals has upheld a decision from a lower court to toss out the case — the longest ongoing case in Collier County — because the homeowners missed their October 2015 deadline to close on the 75-acre property in East Naples.  It’s unclear if the homeowners association, which has pursued the park since 1998, will further appeal the case. Homeowners association representatives and their lawyer, AJ Stanton, couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.    Read the article………….


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