Neighbor Disputes Turn Wealthy Areas Into War Zones

The battle between homeowner Marshall Jenney and the Seabreeze Homeowners Association in Rehoboth Beach, Del., began innocently enough: Some of Mr. Jenney’s bushes and trees had grown too high.  After years of litigation, a contempt order, tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees, and a judge’s admonishment that the entire case had been “a colossal waste of resources,” Mr. Jenney finally cut his foliage.     Read the article……………


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