Order denying requests for temporary injunction,

In the case CIV 11,234 Phyllis A. Morton versus Paradise Cove Property Owners Association, Phyllis A. Morton requested for an injunction to stop PCPOA from building two stories buildings on the waterfront. In the District Court, 258th judicial district, San Jacinto County, Texas, Judge Madam Elizabeth Coker denied a request for a temporary injunction from building on block eight. During the court trial and appellate hearing the PCPOA approved six buildings on the waterfront, block eight. Five of the buildings are allegedly two-story and one of them is obviously a single story only by visual appearance. All the deed restrictions are enforced by visual appearance. The photo is the last building built on block eight. 


About Hollis Morton

I took part, in Austin, in a video deposition that ended up in 258th district judge Coker now can no longer be a judge in Texas. I was advised that my video deposition be about Harris County asst. district atty. K. Williford & officers of the law, Texas Parks & Wildlife, conspiring to make my death look like an accident to cover up property tax fraud.
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