Miami judge partially derails homeowners’ lawsuit against Privé at Island Estates developers (FL)

Miami-Dade Circuit Judge William Thomas handed the developers of Privé at Island Estates a victory this week in their tumultuous legal war with neighboring homeowners.  Thomas ruled Tuesday that the statute of limitations had long expired for the Island Estates Homeowners Association and the Williams Island Property Owners Association to challenge a vested rights determination agreement. Lawyers for the developers contend the agreement allows Gary Cohen and BH3’s Greg Freedman, Dan Lebensohn and Charles Phelan to build the two-tower, 160-unit condo project in Aventura, which is almost complete.    Read the article…………..


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