Developer Didn't Have Actual Notice of Condo's Structural Defects

Developer Didn't Have Actual Notice of Condo's Structural Defects



Facts: A Virginia condo association sued the condominium's developer for construction defects related to the exterior of the condominium buildings. The developer used a corporation and two limited liability companies to hold title to and manage development of the condominium project. The association alleged that the developer had made improper monetary transfers from the companies to him and used the companies to fraudulently avoid obligations owed to the association.

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