$400,000 case pitting Olathe man, HOA needs more work, court rules (MO)

A four-year battle over a landscaping project in an Olathe homeowners association rages on after a state appellate court ruling raised more issues than it settled.  The Kansas Court of Appeals issued an opinion last week reversing the district court’s ruling in a lawsuit filed by homeowner Jim Hildenbrand and sending it back for resolution.  So on Wednesday, Hildenbrand and the Avignon Villa Homes Community Association were back in Johnson County District Court as their lawyers argued over what should happen next.     Read the article…………..

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