Peyton Law Firm PA
7317 Little Rd, New Port Richey, FL 34654
09/11/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Beacon Woods East Home Owners Association loses case, had to pay homeowner over $16000.00
Video links explain one of 2 lawsuits. 2 lawsuits same attorney. Attorney Donald Peyton.
Beacon Woods East Home Owners Association is located at 8421 Clayton Blvd Hudson
Video links explain first lawsuit that first started in 2002. We just won that one that case at a cost of over $16,000.00 in legal fees, and of course we never got any compensation for the hundreds and if not thousands of hours we spend defending this law suit. Beacon Woods East Home Owners Association loses case had to pay the homeowner (2w’s Inc. over) $16000.00
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One of the worst & abusive HOA's I have dealt with.. to ANYONE considering
the purchase of a home in this community do Yourself a favor...read the governing
documents of this HOA that will rule Your roost as well look up the many,
many, many filings by Donald Peyton on behalf of the HOA's He represents...This
Atty. does very well lining His pockets, at every Homeowners expense, pursuing a
fair amt. of bogus , non-factual and non-existent deed violations ..The most
recent of which I'm sure BWEHA is currently reeling from...as THEY (BWEHA) just
lost the case they pursued like rabid dogs for years and just cut a check in excess
of $16,000 to the Homeowner they made false allegations against of Deed restriction
violations..PLUS they paid Mr. Peyton about $10,000 in Fees to pursue the Homeowner for a NON-EXISTENT violation ... Aprx. $26,000 of WASTED FUNDS @ EVERY HOMEOWNERS EXPENSE, they did not disclose that to homeowners at any meetings!
This attitude as quoted from the minutes of the August Meeting is the problem with many HOA's ""Mrs. Fredricksen stated that our attorney has strongly advised us to remain a complaint driven community, in part, so we cannot be accused of favoritism. Mr. Stith also commented that associations have to be very sure of their ground before taking a homeowner to court because if a decision goes against them, the legal fees could mean financial ruin."" oh, yea..I want to live in a ""complaint driven community""..not.