South Carolina – Summerville HOA and others sued for breach of contract
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD) – A Summerville subdivision homeowners association, along with others, has been sued for breach of contract and other claims.
In a lawsuit that was filed on March 20 in the Dorchester County Court of Common Pleas, Halcyon Real Estate Services owner David Peterson claims that the White Gables neighborhood homeowners association broke a new contract for landscaping and a contract for property management for the neighborhood. It then alleges that the contract was given back to its former manager, Community Management Group.
There are also claims of harassment, stalking, libel and slander against Peterson. According to the suit, there were “activities to undermine the contracts between the [neighborhood] board and Halcyon [that] degenerated into abusive behavior by members of the White Gables community, including harassment, stalking, slander and libel.” The activities allegedly came after residents questioned the past actions of one of his employees. The employee is not named in the lawsuit but is also his fiancee. Read more: