ATTORNEYS FROM THE LAW FIRMS OF RMWBH AND HOOVER SLOVACEK, LLP ARE UNDER INVESTIGATION
By Harvella Jones
If you live or lived in the Village of Town Centers Subdivision in Rosenberg, Texas, and you live or lived on one of these streets: Hemple Drive, Divin Drive, Emilee Ct, Stevens Court, Taylan LN, Gibbons CT, Law Ct, Walid LN and Hemple Drive, you are or were illegally annexed to the homeowner association, The Villages of Town Center O.A., Inc.
If you have lost your homestead due to a Village of Town Center’s HOA foreclosure in Rosenberg, Texas 77471, you may want to seek legal action against the association. If you are being extorted out of your money for assessment fees you are not obligated under the law to pay, you may want to seek legal action against the association.
This is an ongoing mortgage and annexation fraud in this community. Take a look at your closing papers, which include your deed, title, etc., including a Planned Unit Development Rider, and if you see the name “Villages of Town Center Owners Association Inc”, your property is not legally annexed to that association.
The street names listed above are located in two sections—Sections 5 and 6, which were illegally annexed under the tutelage of the then President of the association, Wenonah Arthur, and Attorney James H. Leeland, Hoover Slovacek, LLP.
This annexation and mortgage fraud started with the 2002 voting failure to pass the annexation. Instead of trying again until they were legally able to pass the annexation, they took the 211 proxies they had collected (which transformed into 204 votes) and represented to the community and the courts when they filed the fake annexation documents that the annexation was successful.
The fraud was uncovered by me in 2009, but because of my earlier exposure to the fake proxies, I was plagued with “res judicata” defenses on the part of the perpetrators. Since I am the whistleblower who uncovered the ongoing fraud in this subdivision, it was very important for the association with their agents to destroy me as best they could. First they tried to take my house but that did not work so then they orchestrated an illegal vexatious litigant charge against me. That is not going to work either due to our checks and balance system to ensure all wrong is made right again.
It was not until 2011 when I received an intent to foreclose from the law firm of RMWBH’s attorney Clinton Faver Brown that I realized the attorneys from Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey (RMWBH) and Hoover Slovacek, LLP were working together to take yet another home from me. (I lost one due to a HOA foreclosure in Kingwood, Texas December 5, 1995.) However, this time, their client did not have the jurisdiction to do so. In the state of Texas, an association must be legally annexed to the lot they want to collect assessment fees on and foreclose on.
These particular attorneys are members of the Community Associations Institute (CAI). The CAI are advocates for the homeowner associations and these particular attorneys (Thi “Nina” Tran and James H. Leeland with the law firm of Hoover Slovacek, LLP and Marc D. Markel, Clayton R. Hearn, Amy M. Vanhoose, Dawn S. Holiday, Jonathan Anderson and Clinton Faver Brown with RMWBH aka Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey) help perpetrate the fraud not only in the Village of Town Center Subdivision but inside the courtroom. They personally counted the proxies and handed the proxies to me with the knowledge some of the proxies were duplicates and a fake proxy count. They filed fake documents with the Ft. Bend County Courthouse representing to the court system their client’s annexation was legal. Attorney James H. Leeland represented to me in a letter that he and others had counted the proxies and their client had more than enough proxies to pass the annexation. This was a blatant lie. They only had 211 proxies and needed 289 and of the 211 proxies collected, the vote was 204 for annexation. There were 434 houses in sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 that were voting to annex sections 5 and 6 to them at the time this annexation election took place. They needed 2/3’s of the 434 owners to cast a minimum of 289 votes to annex the 2 sections to them.
The price paid for attempting to resolve this issue was to be illegally placed on the Texas Vexatious Litigant list with the assistance of Judge Jeffrey McMeans, County Court 2 and the reinforcement of it by Justice Tracy Christopher’s failure to review the one remaining point that would have started my path off the list.
Christopher should never have been on the panel because I wrote a book, “The Texas Homestead Hoax’ and she has her own special chapter (Chapter 17, “The Black Robe” , page 97) because of her bias interference in a lower court’s jury process when she was serving in the district court. She was recused back then but refused to recuse herself this time.
Judge McMeans had the opportunity twice to do the right thing and allow me to speak at two separate vexatious litigant hearings but he chose not to do so. He became enthralled by the carnival atmosphere created by the attorneys who had conspired with the association to defraud approximately 200 families in the Villages of Town Center Subdivision. He also refused to recuse himself.
The Fort Bend County Judicial System is flawed and corrupt right down to the clerks who selectively direct you to the same 14th District Court of Appeals to fail because more than likely your case will go directly to Justice Tracy Christopher or one of the other justices she may have contaminated with her bias rhetoric and failure to follow the law. She is obviously considered the HOA expert in the 14th Court of Appeals and somehow ends up on panels for HOA-related appeals.
So corrupt are the attorneys from the above mentioned law firms that one of them hired the daughter of the judge homeowners in my community were before, unknown to us. Judge Thomas R. Culver with the 240th District Court, Ft. Bend County, is now deceased. His daughter, Courtney Culver Schaefer, worked for RMWBH, while they litigated against homeowners in my community regarding the annexation and mortgage fraud. Not only do they hire relatives of judges, they also hire the judges when they retire. They hired Judge Pedro Ruiz to work for them after he retired. He now mediates for them. He was in the 240th district court, Ft. Bend County, and heard my case.
These two corrupt law firms have brought havoc to my community and in the courtroom when I tried to get justice and when approximately 35 other families tried to get justice.
When we purchased our home, we were forced to sign the closing papers or it was represented to us that the company financing the loan would not close the deal unless the HOA was part of the closing papers. Since we are homeowner advocates and had already had a bad experience with HOA’s, we did not want any connection with a HOA, not realizing at the time that we were actually not connected to a HOA.
It was ironic that I ended up being appointed to the board by Wenonah Arthur (former president of the HOA) which is when I was presented with all the annexation documents. It was my subsequent running for the board that opened up Pandora’s box.
The developer’s (Intercontinental United Investors Group..I.U.I.) plan was to have “all residents of the Future Sections,” pay “$150.00 per lot Initiation Fee (“Initiation Fee”) and payment of certain costs (“Direct Cost”) of operation of the Recreational Facilities, shall have the right to full and complete use of the Recreational Facilities at no additional cost.” (Annexation and Use Agreement FBC 2003005157 8 pgs)
Sometimes our judicial system fails us as it did not only me but approximately 200 other families living in the Village of Town Center Subdivision. However, unfortunate for those who do not respect the rule of law, in their haste to destroy the property and constitutional rights of others, they often leave a paper trail that cannot be erased.
Therefore, since the judicial system failed the owners living in the Village of Town Center Subdivision, an official complaint has been filed and all evidence has been made available for inspection.
It is recommended if you have or still live in the Village of Town Center Subdivision that you contact and file a complaint with the following:
Senator Ted Cruz
Russell Senate Office Building 404
Washington, DC 20510
Senator John Cornyn
517 Hart Senate Office Blvd.
Washington, DC 20510
Rep. Pete Olson
Washington, DC 20515
Attention: Intake ID #3099514 and ID # 3249939
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20535-0001
The 211 proxies have been sent to Senator Ted Cruz’s office in Washington, DC 20510. The documents mentioned in this article can also be viewed on line in the following lawsuits : Cause No. 06-DCV-148537 Harvella Jones, Karen Hawkins, Lawrence Hall, Lodegario Conongo, John E. Kolata, Carlos and Barbara Cavazos, Linok Sanchez, Jr and Sylvia J. Sanchez, Max Acciaga, Gonzalo Martinez, Kimbell R. Berry and Pamela K. Berry, Sylvia Inrogo, Linda White, Herman and Bessie Clay, Hona Van, Adolfo Aguilar, Armando and Linda L. Garza, Jackie and Stacey Johnson, Andrea Nelson, Heather and Nat Degges, Maria Mascorro, Ruben Fonseca, Tim Cantu, Maggie Baladez, Modesto and Ana S. Amega, Jr., Patrina Greer, Daniel F. Lopez, Moises & Dora Gonzales, Rodrick and Arika Jordon, Joskie and Rosalynn Jenkins, Candido Reyes, and William and Tammy Nelson v Villages of Town Center Owners Association, Inc.; Cause No. 11-DCV-DCV-192143 Harvella Jones v Villages of Town Center Owners Association, Inc.; Cause No. 14-CCV-052079 and 14-14-00216-CV Harvella Jones v Thi “Nina” Tran, James H. Leeland, Marc D. Markel, Clayton R. Hearn, Amy M. Vanhoose, Dawn S. Holiday, Jonathan Anderson, Clinton Faver Brown, Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC, aka Roberts Markel Weinberg PC aka Roberts Markel PC and 14-14-00216-CV Harvella Jones v Jonathan Anderson. There is also a complete set in the office of Hoover Slovacek LLP.
There is no need to contact this organization. Contact the above subject contacts in this article if you have a complaint and live in the Village of Town Center Subdivision, Rosenberg, Texas 77471 and want this matter investigated pertaining to your lot.
If you know of anyone who may have lost a house because of the Villages of Town Centers O.A., Inc., you can share this article so that they can get instructions as to how to get their claim resolved. Also, if you know of anyone who moved or have paid out excessive fees to the association for assessment fees they were not legally obligated to pay, you can share this article with them.
This community have new owners and they are not aware of what has occurred in this community and may be the victim of harassment for assessment fees they do not owe. Share this article with your neighbors and friends.
If you want to file a class-action lawsuit against the Villages of Town Center Owners Association, LLC, contact an attorney. All the evidence is on file with the Ft. Bend County Courthouse as previously stated in this article and can be electronically obtained via the websites of the Ft. Bend County Courthouse and the 14th Court of Appeals.
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