No. 385 PHILADELPHIA, 1980, No. 386 PHILADELPHIA, 1980, Appeals from Orders of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, Civil-Trespass, Nos. 216/218 and 219 of 1976.
Richard C. Angino, Harrisburg, for appellants.
Harold S. Irwin, Jr., Carlisle, for Milzoco, Carroll, Cook, Miller and Zollers, appellees.
Robert J. Stewart, York, did not file a brief on behalf of Sheibley, Breneman and Sheibley Const., appellee.
Jerry Duffie, Carlisle, did not file a brief on behalf of Serluco and Georgian Hall Real Estate, appellees.
John M. Eakin, Mechanicsburg, for Brilhart, appellee.
Spaeth, Hester and Cavanaugh, JJ.
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These appeals are taken from Orders of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County sustaining preliminary objections to appellants' complaints.
Appellants are four homeowners in a development known as "Monroe Acres". Appellees are the developers of "Monroe Acres", Milzoco Builders, Inc., the builders of the four homes, Carroll Builders, Inc., and Sheibley Construction Company; the real estate agency through which appellants purchased the homes, Georgian Hall Real Estate; the surveyor who laid the plans for "Monroe Acres", John Brilhart and the individuals comprising, Milzoco Builders, Inc., Carroll Builders, Inc., and Sheibley Construction Company.
Milzoco Builders, Inc., purchased 60 acres of land in 1969 in order to develop a 120 unit housing plan.
John Brilhart was commissioned by Milzoco to survey the land and lay the plans for each 1/2 acre lot.
These lots were then sold to builders (instantly "Carroll Builders" and "Sheibley Construction") who would construct ...