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Attorney General files against MH Developer

September 29th, 2011

E:1 SK MHMSMDaily Buisness Newslaw,_scales_and_gavel_Wikimedia_Commons_posted_manufactured_home_marketing_sales_management_MHMSM.com_MHProNews.com_.pngBoston reports that New Hampshire’s attorney general has filed suit against the developers of Lake Winnipesaukee area housing complex, The suit alleges safety and building code violations, which the developer Arthur Sullivan denies. The legal pleadings claim many of the 93 modular homes at the Villas at Paugus Bay in Laconia do not comply with basic building code standards. The suit also claims the homes in question violate electrical codes and some are not bolted together properly, potentially endangering homeowners. Homes currently on the market are priced in the $160,000-$170,000 range, and are located about a mile from Lake Winnipesaukee’s Weirs Beach. A spokesperson at Brady Sullivan Paugus Woods, developers of the project, stated that each home passed inspection prior to sale.

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