Long Canyon Phase II and III Homeowners Assoc. v. Cashion, 03-15-00498-CV (TexApp Dist 03/03/2017)

Appellant, a homeowners association, alleged in a letter to owners Chris and Lisa Cashion that the Cashions damaged a drainage easement. The letter, part of a long-standing dispute, threatened fines and a lawsuit. The Cashions responded by suing for harassment, negligence, and severe emotional distress, as well as injunctive and declaratory relief. Appellant moved to dismiss under the Texas Citizens Participatory Act     Read the article…………..


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