Apartment owners sue over late delivery

By MIRIAM BULWAR DAVID-HAY (TRANSLATED)
March 29, 2009 13:33

 
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A group of 112 owners of 61 apartments in the recently built "Kfar Saba Hatzeira" apartment complex are suing the Danya Cebus construction company for a total of NIS 956,000 in compensation over the late handing over of their apartments, reports www.local.co.il. The owners say the company's delays in giving them the apartments they purchased - in some cases by several months - caused them considerable hardship. In their lawsuit, they say the company handed over the apartments later than was stated in their purchase contracts, usually by periods ranging from one to five months. The residents say they suffered difficulties and inconvenience from the forced delays in their moves to their new homes. A spokesman for Danya Cebus said the company would respond to the claims in court.

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