Litchfield Plantation (SC): After 45 years, owners want control of POA

The next time Judge James Lockemy drives through Litchfield Plantation, perhaps for a wedding reception, and someone tells him “this is so serene and calm” he will object. “No it’s not. It’s chaos,” the Appeals Court judge will say.  The attorney for a group of residents this week asked a three-judge Appeals Court panel to end the chaos by sending their lawsuit against the development company back to Circuit Court for trial. The panel will issue a written ruling.    Read the article………..


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