Poinciana (FL) residents refile lawsuit against APV, Avatar

Three Poinciana homeowners filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Association of Poinciana Villages, Avatar Properties and the Village One Association, claiming they violated an agreement and a contract governing the operation of the homeowners’ association and neglected their financial and fiscal responsibilities.    Read the article…………


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