No Damages Awarded for Homeowners Who Filled in Excavation Site
Facts: Homeowners bought an empty lot in a planned development and hired an architect and contractor to build a three-story, single-family home there. Prior to building the lot, an association member with an adjacent lot asked the homeowners if they would like to jointly buy with him an empty lot that each of their properties had in common so that they could each have more space between their properties. The homeowners declined the offer and went ahead with plans to build on only their purchased lot.
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