Hundreds of Daybreak residents file lawsuits claiming defects in homes (UT)

Kori Emerson lives in a master-planned community, a carefully designed neighborhood she says turned out to be more like a movie set than a permanent place to live.  “It looks great, but it is not meant to last.”  Emerson is among the hundreds of residents in the Daybreak community in South Jordan who are now suing the companies that they claim sold them their land, cut corners building their homes and then failed to maintain them as promised.    Read the article…………..


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