Chattahoochee River Club Quiet Title Litigation

December 7, 2022

This webpage, which was authored by Berkely Investments, LLC's attorney, Larry C. Oldham, detailed a controversy between Plaintiffs Mommies Properties, LLC, Vinay Bose and Berkely Investments, LLC and Defendants Chattahoochee River Club Homeowners' Association, Inc. ("CRC HOA") and individual members of the CRC HOA board of directors regarding property (the "Equestrian Center Property") located in the Chattahoochee River Club Subdivision ("CRC") in Cumming, Forsyth County, Georgia. All of this started as a result of events that took place in the CRC in 2016 and 2017, with Plaintiffs eventually filing a quiet title lawsuit on October 24, 2018 whose purpose was to free the Equestrian Center Property from a cloud on its title and which also sought damages for actions by the CRC HOA and some of its board members.

This matter at one time included as Defendants the CRC HOA and all of the residents of the Chattahoochee River Club neighorborhood in Forsyth County, Georgia - over 1,600 Defendants that Plaintiffs were required to serve - and was set for a two week jury trial that was to commence on December 5, 2022, with a number of critical hearings set to take place before the Honorable Jeffery S. Bagley, Chief Judge of the Superior Court of Forsyth County, Georgia, on the morning of December 1, 2022. The matter was resolved by mutual agreement at around 10:30 p.n. on November 30, 2022, with the terms of the settlement presented to Judge Bagley on December 1, 2022. While the terms of the final settlement itself are confidential, the proceedings themselves are a matter of public record, with all of the pleadings and evidence being on file with the Clerk of the Superior Court of Forsyth County, Georgia.