guest blog by Nila Ridings
Forget lawyering-up for Florida homeowner David Acosta. He took the task of getting an injunction against Alaqua HOA on himself and Judge Marlene Alva ruled in his favor. Yep, the injunction against this maniac HOA bunch is on the record!
Acosta’s dues were in arrears so the HOA decided the best way to collect was to prohibit his family and friends from visiting him by calling the sheriff to have them arrested as trespassers!
David out-smarted three different law firms representing this Homeowners Association. He got the judge to agree to let him pay his dues directly to the court That fired up the HOA’s attorney who instructed the board to call a meeting and change the by-laws. But Judge Alva ruled that meeting was illegal.
Acosta must have grown tired after swinging his bat at all these law firms. He’s now hired an attorney and is suing for a settlement. And I hope he gets a BIG one! Six figures would be ideal.
Just for grins, he ought to sue the HOA attorney for malpractice, too. And, David while you’re at it, go ahead and sue each board member for fiduciary failure!
Take em’ all down and send them off the field on a gurney!
This is one of the BEST homeowner WINS I’ve learned of to date!