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Florida – Largo owner of solar-powered home fights neighbor’s trees, gains little ground

Largo owner of solar-powered home fights neighbor's trees, gains little ground – Tampa Bay TimesA homeowner finds his neighbor's trees could trump a $65,000 solar roof. . LARGO – Last summer, Mike Zwalley put a $65,000 solar energy system on his roof. The system – a 30-gallon solar water heater and 44 black panels that convert sunlight into electricity – cut Zwalley's electric bill from $300 to $400 per month to $10 to $20.

California – Homeowners at odds over viewscape; Council member threatens possible criminal, civil actions

Homeowners at odds over viewscape – RocklinTwo neighbors with open space between them may also be far apart when it comes to a viewscape dispute brewing with the City of Rocklin. Ten homes on Tahoe Vista Drive overlooking homes on Rawhide Road in Clover Valley have been under special restrictions placed by the city since their construction in 2002.

Florida – Sewage project pits Miami Beach mayor against luxury condo board

Sewage project pits Miami Beach mayor against luxury condo board – Miami Beach – MiamiHerald.comBoard members of a luxury condo tower have been accused of trying to “squeeze” the public in order to allow the county to safely replace a brittle sewer line carrying 25 million gallons of raw sewage a day to a Virginia Key treatment plant.

Texas – Condo owner blames damage on unauthorized work

Condo owner blames damage on unauthorized work | Southeast Texas RecordGALVESTON – A Galveston woman is suing her condominium association for letting a construction crew perform work on her unit without her permission.Beryl D. Berry filed a lawsuit against the Galvestonian Condominium Association on March 5 in Galveston County District Court.

Ohio – WAGAR PLAZA CONDOMINIUM OWNERS ASSN., INC. v. IAFFALDANO

WAGAR PLAZA CONDOMINIUM OWNERS ASSN., INC. v. IAFFALDANO – RELEASED AND JOURNALIZED: March 1, 2012.Michael L. Wolpert, 12200 Fairhill Road, B211, Cleveland, Ohio 44120, Attorney for Appellants. Cullen J. Cottle, Kaman & Cusimano, 50 Public Square, Suite 2000, Cleveland, Ohio 44113, Attorney for Appellee. BEFORE: Blackmon, A.J., Sweeney, J., and Cooney, J. {¶ 1} Appellants Ioannella B. Iaffaldano and Marla N.

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North Carolina – Judge’s ruling favors 751 South developer

Judge’s ruling favors 751 South developerDURHAM — Superior Court Judge Henry Hight has ruled in favor of Durham County and Southern Durham Development in the 751 South lawsuit. Hight’s ruling “dismissed with prejudice” the complaint brought by two private landowners and the Chancellor’s Ridge Homeowners Association. The landowners claimed their protest petition against a rezoning for the proposed development was improperly ruled invalid.

Georgia: High Court Rules Against Atlantic Station Condo Owners (Multiple Stories)

Georgia High Court Rules Against Atlantic Station Condo OwnersOwners sued when their views were blocked by new towers, saying they were told no construction would obstruct their vistas. Purchasers of condominiums at the Atlantic Station development in Midtown cannot void their contracts because of alleged false promises by brokers, Georgia’s Supreme Court ruled today.

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Atlantic Station condo owners lose lawsuit – Atlanta Business ChronicleThe Georgia Supreme Court Monday sided with developers in a lawsuit claiming that eight people were fraudulently induced into buying condominiums at Atlantic Station under false promises of spectacular views. In a unanimous ruling, the justices overturned a decision by the state Court of Appeals by agreeing with the trial court’s view of the case.

GA high court sides with condo developerUpdated: 10:22 a.m. Monday, Nov. 21, 2011 | Posted: 10:22 a.m. Monday, Nov. 21, 2011 Georgia’s highest court has ruled in favor of developers in a lawsuit brought by eight people who say they purchased condominiums in Atlanta under false promises of views of the downtown skyline.

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Georgia: Atlantic Station condo owners lose ‘view’ ruling

Atlantic Station condo owners lose ‘view’ ruling  | ajc.comThe Atlanta Journal-Constitution The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday ruled against eight people who claimed they were fraudulently induced into buying pricey Atlantic Station condos under the false promise they would have spectacular views of the downtown skyline. In a unanimous ruling, the court ruled in favor of the developers of the 26-story Twelve Atlantic Station Hotels and Residences.

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