Short-term vacation rental complaint moves forward (CA)

A judge has denied San Diego Country Estates Association’s request to dismiss a complaint filed by a homeowner earlier this year regarding a short-term vacation rental in the neighborhood.  Tammy Rozelle and Sean Studley, who are plaintiffs in the complaint, live two doors away from the vacation rental owned by Cheryl Williams at 15115 La Plata Court. Their lawsuit, which also lists Williams as a defendant, says the vacation rental violates the Estates’ Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) with excessive noise and disturbances, traffic, and harassment by some of the guests.     Read the article…………..


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