A Kentucky lawsuit alleges “clear and convincing evidence of fraud in that LUV Homes intentionally concealed the presence of mold, mold damage and water damage in the mobile home unit sold to the Cranks.” He said the damage was painted over in order “to induce the Cranks to purchase the unit.”
The injured parties, Ray and Mary Crank received an arbitration award of $52,343.66 after they became ill from toxic mold.
The house was destroyed by court order.
They purchased the home in “as is” condition from Clayton Homes, a subsidiary of Berkshire.
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