This just in: Berkeley County

By Beth Henry | Nov 17, 2006

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Homeland Scapes LLC vs. United Builders LLC, d/b/a American Homes, and Hampton Homes LLC
PA - J. Michael Cassell; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The plaintiff is a landscaping firm that claims the defendants have refused to pay for landscaping services provided for a number of new homes in Berkeley County. The plaintiff is seeking $115,568.01 plus other relief.
Case number: 06-C-811

Dennis E. Teter vs. General Motors Corp., Mid-State Automotive Inc., d/b/a Mid-State Chev Olds Buick Inc., and GMAC
PA - Harry Waddell; J - David Sanders
* Teter claims a 2006 Chevy Tahoe truck that he purchased for $50,397.84 was defective and stalled while it was being driven. After Teter reported the problem to the defendants, he claims they failed to comply with the vehicle's warranty agreement and breached their retail installment sales contract. He is seeking a refund of the purchase price and other relief.
Case number: 06-C-812

Giselle Wilkes-Verlaque vs. Carol L. Zarska
PA - Michael Scales; J - David Sanders
* The plaintiff claims Zarska has violated covenants and restrictions placed on real estate that the plaintiff sold to her on Sept. 28, 2005. The restrictions say the real estate shall be used and occupied for residential purposes only, although the plaintiff claims the defendant is using the property on a regular basis for Seventh Day Adventist congregational meetings. The plaintiff is seeking that the covenants and restrictions be enforced against Zarska, as well as other relief.
Case number: 06-C-814

Stephen L. Files and M. Susan Files vs. General Motors Corp.
PA - Amanda Lewis; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The plaintiffs claim their new 2005 Pontiac Montana van, which they bought for a total of $27,678.00, had repeated problems with the steering system, a door handle, the brakes and strange noises. They claim the defendant and its authorized dealer Opequon Motors failed over a four-month period to settle the warranty agreement or properly refund them for the van. The plaintiffs are seeking the amount they paid for the van, as well as other damages.
Case number: 06-C-815

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