When construction projects begin, the individuals behind projects in California and elsewhere may have grand ideas about how the new additions will improve the community, their ability to meet certain needs and allow them to reach other goals. However, other parties may not be pleased with certain aspects of the construction, and they may take steps to bring it to an end. As a result, multiple parties could end up embroiled in construction litigation.
It was recently reported that a lawsuit involving the owners of a farm and their neighbors is currently underway in another state. Apparently, the neighbors are disgruntled with the amount of noise the construction on the farm is generating, and as a result, the neighbors filed suit claiming that the farm owners are violating their right to "quiet enjoyment" of their residences. The farm owners stated that their construction projects are necessary to expand the services they provide on the farm, which include programs for disabled and autistic children.