As expected, Minor refiles against Danielson
As expected, internet titan Halsey Minor has refiled his lawsuit against Lee Danielson, the developer of the stalled Landmark hotel, and the company that financed it.
The amended lawsuit was filed Friday, December 11, in Charlottesville Circuit Court, and like the previous suit, it alleges that Danielson colluded with the lender to intentionally sabotage the project. Danielson has called the allegations "fantasy," but to the judge who'll have to hear the arguments, Edward Hogshire, the whole thing is a "nightmare."
Unfortunately, it's not particularly good reading, as 25 of the 46 exhibits are sealed, and there are 44 redactions which render the 50-page fraud and breach of contract complaint practically incomprehensible. Many of Minor's various pieces of litigation include Protective Orders, rendering certain information, such as personal financial records, confidential.
Less murky, perhaps, is the fact that the headquarters of the plaintiff, Minor Family Hotels LLC, aka 2800 Ridge Road, aka Fox Ridge Farm, is slated to hit the auction block next week unless Minor cures the alleged million-dollar default in advance of the planned December 21 foreclosure sale.