Further Trial Needed Against Developer
Facts: A community suffered property damage to various common areas and homes after a ditch overflowed as a result of heavy rains. The association filed a complaint against the city, the company that developed the community, and the individual partners of the company.
Except for the company, everybody else named in the lawsuit answered the association's complaint and are actively defending the lawsuit. The association asked the court for a default judgment against the developer company in its favor for failing to defend the claims against it.
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