The people who filed this lawsuit are called the "Plaintiffs" and the company they sued, Lennox, is called the "Defendant." The Plaintiffs claim that Lennox manufactures and sells air conditioning systems and heat pump systems, including air handlers and Packaged Units, containing defective evaporator coils that corrode and leak refrigerant.The people included in the class action are called a Class or Class Members.The Class Representatives and their attorneys think the Settlement is best for all Settlement Class Members. Original Coils may have been purchased separately, as part of an air handler, or they may have been included as part of a Packaged Unit.To confirm that you are a Settlement Class Member you may want to review the manufacturer's limited warranty or manufacturer's extended limited warranty that was provided by Lennox or Allied Air Enterprises LLC when you purchased the air conditioning or heat pump system to confirm that the coil was covered by the Original Warranty.
Mobile Home tax bills are mailed in March and represent a taxing period of January 1 through December 31 for the year in which they are billed.
You may also want to look at your purchase or installation receipt to confirm that your Original Coil was purchased between October 29, 2007 and July 9, 2015 and is one of the following brands listed in FAQ 5 (Lennox, Aire-Flo, Armstrong Air, Air Ease, Concord, or Ducane).
The picture below illustrates where the evaporator coil typically is located, although configurations vary depending on the structure and location of your home and where the air conditioning or heat pump system is placed inside your home.
** The 2017 Mobile Home tax bills will be mailed March 1, 2017. A May 1, 2017 postmark will be considered "on time." Late charges will begin on May 2, 2017.
The County Collector sends out 3,400 mobile home tax bills and collects 5,000.00.