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1/14/2021
Chesterfield

American Builders & Contractors Supply Co., Inc. v. Superior Roofing, LLC

Plaintiff says it provided goods and materials to defendant on credit and is owed $54,527.81.

Attorneys: P. George Eliades II of The Eliades Law Firm

Filed: January 4, 2021. CL21000012


Bernadette M. Stewart-Johns, individually and on behalf of all homeowners of The Property Owner’s Association Chesdin Landing and Chesdin Shores, Inc. v. The Property Owner’s Association Chesdin Landing and Chesdin Shores, Inc.; Scott Camp, individually and as a member of the Board of Directors of The Property Owner’s Association Chesdin Landing and Chesdin Shores, Inc.; Shelley K. Hill, individually and as a member of the Board of Directors of The Property Owner’s Association Chesdin Landing and Chesdin Shores, Inc.; Robert W. Thompson, individually and as a member of the Board of Directors of The Property Owner’s Association Chesdin Landing and Chesdin Shores, Inc.; and Curt J. Killar, individually and as a member of the Board of Directors of The Property Owner’s Association Chesdin Landing and Chesdin Shores, Inc.

This is an action brought against the developer and developer-controlled board of directors for misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, and violation of the Property Owners Association Act. Plaintiff alleges that defendants asserted homeowners were voting on Aug. 11, 2020, for a (one-time) special assessment to support the privately owned golf course within the association because Camp informed the owners that the club was in “dire need,” which was a misrepresentation, and that their property values would be diminished if the club did not succeed. Instead, plaintiff says inducements by defendants led homeowners to vote in favor of the addition of the Golf Club to services so that defendants could assess (and continue to assess) the homeowners to provide funds directly to the privately owned club, in which some members of the Board, including Camp, may have an ownership interest. Plaintiff seeks an injunction to revoke the addition of the Golf Club to services, against any/all special assessments to provide Association funds to the Golf Club, permanent removal of all Board members, including Camp, damages against each defendant, and punitive damages against Camp of $350,000, among other relief.

Attorneys: Michael W. Lantz and W. Randolph Robins Jr. of Lantz & Robins

Filed: December 29, 2020. CL20003985


CIT Bank, N.A. v. AAG Richmond, LLC d/b/a All About Gutters; and Timothy Leach

Plaintiff says defendant is in breach of a master lease agreement, pursuant to which plaintiff financed defendant’s purchase of certain equipment, and seeks judgment in the principal sum of $40,902.17 and possession of the equipment.

Attorneys: Adam M. Spence of Spence | Brierley

Filed: December 30, 2020. CL20004002