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One of Central Florida’s most troubled home developments, the upscale Bella Collina country-club near Clermont, has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit by people who bought lots there before the development went dormant in the Great Recession.
Derivative action lawsuit against Bella Collina POA, Dennis Kelleher, Paul Lebraux, Jeremy Spry, DCS real estate investments, Dwight C. Schar, Spencer Schar, and Randall Greene
Plaintiffs, ANNA JURAVIN and DON K. JURAVIN, derivatively, on behalf of BELLA COLLINA PROPERTY OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION, by and through the undersigned counsel. and sues Defendants listed above, stating as follows;
After prevailing at trial, the Appellant. Bella Collina Property Owner’s Association, Inc., appeals the trial court’s denial of its request for attorney fees.
Bella Collina Residents Lawsuit Against: Paul Simonson, attorney James Ryan, Michael Ryan, The Ryan Law Group, DWIGHT SCHAR, David Burman, AEGIS COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT, Rick Scherich
Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(e), “[a] party may move for a more definite statement of a pleading to which a responsive pleading is allowed but which is so vague or ambiguous that the party cannot reasonably prepare a response.”
The lot bought for $850,900 and sold for $100 after 3 years. Considering the cost of sale, Club dues, HOA, attorney fees and cost of money, I would assume the Bella Collina investor lost $900,000. A couple of years ago, it was sold for $27,500 only.
The desperate homeowner has already lowered his price by $1 million (!) which means that the house was originally priced 50% higher and look at the drop!
Bella Collina, a remote community located 40 to 60 minutes away from downtown Orlando, is owned by Dwight Schar and managed by Paul E. Simonson, Dwight Schar’s right-hand finance guy.
Is NVR Inc. (NYSE: NVR) founder Dwight Schar trying to hide the truth from the public? Does he send out paid minions to do his dirty work for him? Don Juravin, a resident of Bella Collina Florida, is one of the thousands of victims of Dwight Schar’s shady practices according to court filings and congressional investigations. He is personally familiar with Dwight Schar’s tricks.
In recent articles, Dwight Schar is being accused of extortion and gangster behavior. Whether you live in a gated community or in a normal neighborhood district, one thing can be certain.