New Chinese Drywall Class Action Filed Against Boynton Beach Builder

Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 7, 2009

A new class action alleges that Renaissance Commons, a residential condominium complex in Boynton Beach, was constructed with defective Chinese Drywall which is emitting toxic gases into the plaintiffs’ homes.


The lawsuit, filed in the Circuit Court for the Fifteenth Judicial District in and for Palm Beach County, State of Florida, Civil Division, Case No. 50-2009-CA-032471-MB, claims that the builder, Coastal Condominiums, should compensate the homeowners for damage caused by the defective drywall, including corrosion of pipes, wiring, HVAC coils, fire sprinklers, and the failure of various electronic products. Also named as defendants are Precision Drywall, the company which installed the drywall, and RCR Holdings II, the seller of the condos. The plaintiffs, owners of six condominium units, seeks to represent all owners of the several hundred condos at Renaissance Commons.

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