Ousted Malletts Bay homeowners seek insurance payout (VT)

Two dozen former Colchester residents have collectively lost about $4 million in mortgages and other investments in homes they were forced to leave last month, their lawyer says.  A lawsuit currently pending in Vermont Superior Court — filed last year by Malletts Bay residents against their own homeowners’ association — hopes to recover some of that money through an insurance claim.  The lawsuit charges the association with “negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract” in dealings with its landlord.    Read the article…………..


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