Houston-area Couple Could Lose Home After Being Sued by HOA For Feeding Ducks

Published by KSAT.com | July 10, 2022

Lawsuit seeks monetary relief of no more than $250,000, reports say.

CYPRESS, Texas – Ducks are causing quite a bit of ruckus for a Houston-area neighborhood, but the blame is coming down on a retired couple, who could lose their home because of their mayhem.

George and Kathleen Rowe, of Cypress, are being sued by the Lakeland Village Community Association for feeding the ducks. Neighbors also filed complaints that the same ducks are damaging their properties by defecating and destroying their gardens, according to the Houston Chronicle.

The lawsuit was filed on June 11 and includes a court order that demands the Rowes stop feeding the ducks permanently and seeks monetary relief of no more than $250,000.

According to the Houston Chronicle, if the Rowes are found in violation of the LVCA’s rules, such as deed restrictions and activities that create “untidy conditions” and can’t pay the fees, the association will look to foreclose their home.

Whether or not the lawsuit prevails, the Rowes have already put up their home for sale, according to the newspaper.

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