Intervention by Individual Homeowners Deemed Timely

The Court of Appeal considered the issue of timeliness of a motion to intervene by individual homeowners in a suit filed by the Homeowners Association (“HOA”) to recover damages for construction defects. The Court of Appeal addressed the issue of timeliness of the motion, and determined that the appropriate standard was when the individual intervenors became aware “that their interests were no longer being adequately protected by the parties to the litigation.”   Read the article………


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