TEXAS – Homeowners association sues director for exerting ‘unchecked control’

setexasrecord.com:  Homeowners association sues director for exerting ‘unchecked control’

GALVESTON – A Kemah homeowners association has filed suit over what it believes to be financial wrongdoing committed by one of its directors.  In a lawsuit filed Jan. 7 in Galveston County District Court, the Kemah Village Property Owners Inc. asserts Jerry Barras enjoyed “unchecked control of every aspect of Kemah Village.” Barras is a member of the plaintiff’s board of directors along with his father and son, who are co-defendants in the litigation along with a few of Barras’s business interests.

Court papers show Barras “used his total control over Kemah Village to pay unnecessary or exorbitant amounts of money to the Barras Companies,” stating that he made the complainant buy goods and services for said businesses without receiving anything in return. The homeowners association additionally points out that Barras used a lien to “essentially give away” an entire townhome to one of his friends. Read more:

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