One of the most powerful home construction companies in the nation is facing allegations of shoddy construction at one of its South Florida communities. And attorneys for the community said these defects posed a danger to residents.

The homeowners’ association at Martinique at the Oasis, which is a Lennar Homes community in Homestead, filed the lawsuit in the Miami-Dade Circuit Court. The lawsuit alleged Lennar did not construct the homes under all applicable building codes and ignored the association’s demands to make necessary repairs.

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