Oops! The Developer Did It Again! Can A Developer’s Shoddy Work Get An Association In Trouble?

Imagine renting the HOA club house for a family reunion. As the reunion is winding down, the attendees decide to have a photograph taken of the family. After all, who knows when all these relatives will be in the same place again? As the family members gather on the upper deck of the clubhouse and the children cross their legs and get comfortable up front, the deck collapses and all the family members go falling and sliding to the concrete surface below. Well, this is exactly what happened at the Wolf Lake Homeowners Association.    Read more……..


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