Failed mobile home park investment yields lawsuit from Dickinson residents

John Suayan Jan. 5, 2016, 4:45pm


Two Dickinson residents have filed a lawsuit in response to a failed mobile home park investment.

In the complaint filed Jan. 4 in the Galveston County 10th District Court, Richard Lee Cambric, III and Marie Lynette Kennie-Cambric claim that Integrity Landmark Realty, William S. Brailey and Catherine Viggiano failed to notify them the City of Dickinson prohibits their property from hosting mobile homes.

The parties entered into a real estate sales contract on June 7, 2015. Under the agreement, the property is approved for an eight-mobile home site with existing hookups for water and electricity on each pad site.

According to the suit, the plaintiffs have invested $80,000 into the aforementioned property.

“In fact, the property is not approved for mobile homes to be placed there, and is prohibited by city statute,” it says.

“The plaintiffs have been damaged in the amount of their investment, as well as all costs incurred by them to effectuate the purchase.”

Attorney Terry W. Vanderpool of the law firm Sixta & Associates, P.C. in Friendswood is representing the complainants.

Galveston County 10th District Court Case No. 16-CV-0002

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