Oregon Court of Appeals Decision Handed Down Today in FountainCourt Homeowners Ass’n v. FountainCourt Development, LLC

The Oregon Court of Appeals handed down a lengthy opinion upholding a money judgment awarded in favor of a judgment creditor in its garnishment action against American Family Insurance Company. FountainCourt Homeowners Ass’n v. FountainCourt Development, LLC, Or App (August 6, 2014), initially arose out of a homeowner association’s claim against the original sider (and others) for construction defects associated with the FountainCourt Townhomes and Condominiums. In 2010, the Association’s case went to trial. The jury returned a verdict against the sider in the amount of $485,877.84. (Note:  Ball Janik LLP did not represent any parties in this case.)


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