FAYETTEVILLE — A West Virginia company is suing an Oak Hill golf course operator, alleging unlawful retention of property.
Summit Resources Inc. filed a lawsuit Dec. 28 in Fayette Circuit Court against White Oak Country Club in Oak Hill, alleging violation of West Virginia law.
According to the complaint, Summit Resources suffered irreparable monetary harm for not obtaining possession of the property at White Oak Country Club and disposing it in accordance with the law. The suit says the plaintiff values the property at more than $18,000.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant continued to refuse to allow Summit to obtain possession of its property, despite knowledge of the plaintiff's lien and security interest in the property.
Summit Resources seeks trial by jury, an order for the defendant to allow the plaintiff to obtain possession of the property and all other proper relief. It is represented by attorney Gregory W. Sproles of Summersville.
Fayette Circuit Court Case number 16-c-340