Homeowners seek hearing to determine whether Gee should be penalized for failing to restore the course satisfactorily on time.
Tim Barnes, attorney for the plaintiffs, argues that Wilson Gee should be held in contempt of court for not complying with a court order to operate a golf course.
Tim Barnes, attorney for Ahwatukee homeowners, argues that a review by the Arizona Supreme Court is not needed. He explains how rulings are consistent with Arizona law.
Homeowners' attorney urges court to hold contempt hearing for Wilson Gee. He rejects Gee's claim that the contempt hearing should wait until after Supreme Court review.
The CC&Rs are the basis for the homeowners' case against the developers . The CC&Rs were written by attorneys for the original Ahwatukee developer in 1992 to protect homeowners from land speculators.