Antoinette Horridge and Raymond L. Horridge v. Magnolia Lakes, LLC
Plaintiffs say they entered into a condominium unit sales agreement Oct. 30, 2018, and as part of the sales presentation and prior to entering into the contact for the first waterfront unit to be built, were told they would receive an extra “bonus” space that would be larger than the “optional room” downstairs, and a patio, and paid $35,123 for their options. The contract called for closing in late spring 2019, plaintiffs say, but as late as August, the unit was nowhere near completion and had serious defects, including footers being washed out. Plaintiffs allege fraud in the inducement and breach of contract, and ask the court to rescind the transaction and for judgment of $85,000.
Attorneys: Robert B. Hill of Hill & Rainey
Filed: November 13, 2019. CL19003619
Call Federal Credit Union v. Michael B. Hathaway and Kingdom Kars Auto Sales LLC
Plaintiff says Hathaway, owner of Kingdom Kars, endorsed and negotiated a check to purchase a 2013 Lexus LS, but failed to place a lien on the vehicle as required, and is in default of the agreement. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $33,851.93.
Attorneys: Edward S. Whitlock III and Jennifer S. Wheeler of Lafayette, Ayers & Whitlock
Filed: November 18, 2019. CL19003661
Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. BMW Ventures, Inc. d/b/a Virginia Beach Singles; Bradford Wayne Megahan; and Mark Mitchell Beychor
Plaintiff says the Memphis company is in breach of two future receivables factoring agreements and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $69,245.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Timothy A. Hennigan of The Nguyen Law Firm
Filed: November 7, 2019. CL19003550