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Turner v. Vista Pointe Ridge Homeowners, No. G040480

By FindLaw Staff on December 23, 2009 1:25 PM

In plaintiff-homeowners' suit against defendant-homeowners association (HA) arising from its application of architectural guidelines, trial court's grant of HA's motion to strike is reversed as, whether or not the subject matter of the underlying dispute was a matter of public interest, the trial court erred in granting the HA's motion because the HA's actions that formed the basis of plaintiffs' causes of action were not taken in furtherance of the HA's right of free speech. 

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Appellate Information

Filed December 22, 2009


Opinion by Judge Moore

For Appellant:   Law Offices of Steven R. Young and Jim P. Mahacek

For Appellee:  Litchfield Cavo, Edward D. Vaisbort and Melinda W. Ebelhar

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