Real Estate & Class Action

FP&L Customers File Suit, Saying Power Outages Avoidable

Power failures that left thousands of Florida Power & Light Co. customers cold and in the dark over the weekend were avoidable, according to a Coral Springs attorney.

FP&L Targeted With Class Action

On the same day the Florida Public Service Commission is taking up Florida Power & Light Co.’s rate hike request, a lawsuit has been filed against the state’s largest utility.

Bankrupt Boynton Condo to Repay $1.5 Million in Deposits to Buyers

Thirty buyers who signed contracts for units at the Peninsula Boynton Beach condo will get back a combined $1.5 million under a class action suit settled last week.

Technicality Gives Couple Grounds to End Deal For Port St. Lucie Home

In a binding decision, a Miami-based arbitrator ruled Jan. 22 that home builder, Kolter Homes Verano, LLC, must refund the deposit that Kurt and Micheline Moeding paid in October 2006 for a single-family home in the Port St. Lucie community.

Port St. Lucie Couple Get Deposit Back, Not Forced to Close on Home

A Miami-based arbitrator ruled in January that the contract Kurt and Micheline Moeding inked with Kolter Homes violated federal law, and that they should get their $76,114 deposit back.

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