Service Corporation of Westover Hills v. Guzzetta, et al.
This dispute arose from a preliminary injunction preventing defendants from demolishing a house on property they purchased in the Westover Hills Section C housing development and converting it to a grassy play area for their children. The court subsequently denied a permanent injunction and awarded defendants damages in the full amount of the accompanying injunction bond. Defendants appealed the amount of the bond and the related damages award. After careful consideration of the parties' arguments, briefs and supporting submissions, the court decided to set the injunction bond at $26,353 and, if necessary, to hold an evidentiary hearing promptly to determine defendants' damages. View "Service Corporation of Westover Hills v. Guzzetta, et al." on Justia Law