According to an email from the HOA, construction was approved and permits were issued by the City of Round Rock. Then, the HOA issued a complaint to halt construction.
In fact, the HOA filed a lawsuit demanding work on the shed be stopped. The Pattons counter-sued, stating the HOA suit is without merit. Both the HOA's attorney and an HOA representative YNN reached over the phone refused to comment on the case.
The Patton's attorney, Derek Davis, said the entire process is a waste of time and money.
"It is, in my experience, one of the most frivolous lawsuits that I have ever dealt with," he said.
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