Condominium owners in a South Bend complex that they allege was shoddily constructed may pursue their claims against the insolvent developer, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled, reversing the dismissal of the condo owners’ claims.
A custom homebuilder has secured a reversal from the Indiana Court of Appeals in a preferred venue dispute after successfully arguing that the case was wrongly transferred to another county.
The Indiana Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed on interlocutory appeal a trial court’s decision that it has the legal authority to address the merits of an Indiana Trial Rule 60(B) claim in a dispute over a dock location between Brown County lakefront property owners.
A Hoosier foundation services company that secured a ruling against new homeowners in a warranty dispute stemming from issues with leaking basement wall prevailed Friday in the Hamilton County homeowners’ appeal.
A long-running fight over homeowner association fees and how they were assessed in a Greenwood housing development will return to a trial court to determine damages the HOA is entitled to from a developer and homebuilder that paid no assessments for several years.