Attorneys present oral arguments in Garner lawsuit (AR)

Attorneys presented oral arguments before the Arkansas Court of Appeals Wednesday in a long-running lawsuit against Hot Springs Village Property Owners’ Association board of directors and the POA.  Representing appellants Gene Garner and Lynda Narug, attorney Phillip Montgomery of Hot Springs told the court’s trio of judges his clients are challenging four issues: The two-tier assessment approved by property owners in February 2014, overlay districts for special development, the use of inventory lots to create an election quorum and the practice of entering confidential contracts.     Read the article……………..


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