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Santora Family wins Legal Malpractice Suit

Pulte Homes would like to have many believe that we lost our lawsuit against them because our claim of breach of contract was not based in fact. On June 14, 2002, a jury in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court deliberated and returned a verdict against our attorney for legal malpractice for his work on case CV-367149, Scott M. Santora, ET AL. vs. Pulte Homes of Ohio Corporation.

Those of you that have been to this site before may have been wondering what had happened after the trial ended. There were quite a few things that took place that have never been mentioned on this site before. The horror that my family experienced continued after the trial. Click here to find out what can happen when the system turns their back on you.

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Pulte Homebuilders? Nightmare Homes? Good Luck suing? Rip-off Builder from HELL. *REBUTTAL *EDitors Comments

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HOUSING: Mediation fails; case proceeds

Class action lawsuit against Pulte seeks more than $10 million in damages


Jason Beaver of San Francisco followed some untimely advice from a friend who'd made a hefty profit flipping homes in Las Vegas.

He paid $350,000 for a three-bedroom, 1,500-square-foot new home in the Solera subdivision of Anthem last September, just weeks before the builder, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based Pulte Homes, lowered prices in several communities across Las Vegas Valley

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Aug. 06, 2005
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Class-action case against Pulte dismissed; separate lawsuits to come


A class-action lawsuit against Pulte Homes alleging price manipulation has been dismissed without prejudice in federal court and will be refiled as five separate cases, a Las Vegas attorney representing homeowners said Friday.

Tom Mehesan, the attorney for about 100 plaintiffs who sustained financial losses when Pulte lowered home prices last fall, said it's not suitable to have one lawsuit for five subdivisions, since each of the cases is different.

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Developer faces lawsuit over house's moldy attic

The homeowner says the mold is so thick the wood is not visible. The developer has offered a cleaning and treatment.

By JAMES THORNER, Times Staff Writer
Published March 17, 2004

WESLEY CHAPEL - A Lexington Oaks couple has sued Pulte Homes, accusing the national home builder of sloppy construction that invited an infestation of mold in their attic.

Christopher Yankee and his wife, former Pulte sales representative Kristy McNaughton, moved into a $230,000 house in Lexington Oaks' Pocono Village section in November 2003.

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