Sierra Crest Homeowners Association, Inc. v. Villalobos (TX)

This was an action to enforce restrictive covenants in a residential subdivision. Appellees built a retaining wall on a lot they owned within the Sierra Crest Subdivision. Alleging that the wall was built without approval, was defective, and posted a safety risk, appellant sued for declaratory and injunctive relief. The case proceeded to a jury trial, and the jury found appellees did indeed violate the covenants, but it also found the appellants acted arbitrarily, capriciously, and discriminatorily, and was not irreparably and imminently harmed by the breach.     Read the article…………


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