Small victory for homeowners in Helen’s View case (WA)

A small victory in the ongoing legal case between the Helen’s View Homeowners Association and developers seeking to build on an HOA remainder parcel happened last week as a county Superior Court judge ruled to remove lis pendens, or a notice of pending litigation, from properties implicated in the suit.  Clark County Superior Court Judge Daniel Stahnke ruled in favor of the plaintiff, the Helen’s View HOA, releasing the lis pendens currently on property within the HOA as a result of the association’s suit against Holt Opportunity Fund 2013 LP, a developer looking to build a subdivision on more than 100 acres of land located in a remainder parcel listed as a part of the HOA.    Read the article…………..


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