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14-year lawsuit continues for Naples Estates residents

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- Attorney A.J. Stanton, right, listens to an objection from attorney J. Allen Bobo during a motion hearing for a civil suit between a group of residents of Naples Estates mobile home park and Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.

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David Albers/Staff - Attorney A.J. Stanton, right, listens to an objection from attorney J. Allen Bobo during a motion hearing for a civil suit between a group of residents of Naples Estates mobile home park and Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.

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- Naples Estates residents chat during a break in a motion hearing in their civil case against Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Attorney A. J. Stanton argues for a group of residents of the Naples Estates mobile home park during a motion hearing in their civil suit against Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Naples Estates residents, including Tom Davis, center, listen to proceedings of a motion hearing in their civil case against Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Attorney J. Allen Bobo argues for his client, Manufactured Home Communities during a motion hearing for a civil suit between a group of residents of Naples Estates mobile home park and the developer in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Naples Estates resident Marie Corey takes notes for the vacationing president of her neighborhood association during a motion hearing in a civil case between the residents of Naples Estates and Manufactured Home Communities on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Attorney A.J. Stanton, right, listens to an objection from attorney J. Allen Bobo during a motion hearing for a civil suit between a group of residents of Naples Estates mobile home park and Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes presides over a motion hearing in a civil case between a group of residents of the Naples Estates mobile home community and Manufactured Home Communities on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Attorney J. Allen Bobo argues for his client, Manufactured Home Communities during a motion hearing for a civil suit between a group of residents of Naples Estates mobile home park and the developer in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
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- Naples Estates resident John Bucknell chats with his neighbors as they attend a motion hearing in their civil case against Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Attorney A. J. Stanton argues for a group of residents of the Naples Estates mobile home park during a motion hearing in their civil suit against Manufactured Home Communities in Collier Circuit Judge Hugh Hayes' courtroom on Friday, July 6, 2012, in Naples. The litigation between the group of residents of the community and the developer has continued for 14 years and is the oldest case on the Collier court docket.

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