We affirm the Court of Appeals’ ruling (When a homeowners’ association foreclosed on the respondent-owner’s property for failure to pay dues, the HOA did not provide respondent with notice that satisfied N.C. R. Civ. P. 4; nevertheless, the notice was constitutionally sufficient. Therefore, under G.S. § 1-108, the superior court could not provide respondent a remedy that negatively affected the good faith purchaser for value. We affirm the superior court’s determination that respondent was entitled to some form of relief under N.C. R. Civ. P. 60. However, we reverse the order returning possession of the property to respondent.).
In re Ackah (Lawyers Weekly No. 010-029-18, 1 p.) (Per Curiam) Appealed from Wake County Superior Court (Kendra Hill, J.); on appeal from the Court of Appeals. Ryan Adams for respondent Gina Ackah; Edward Dilone for third-party appellee Jones Family Holdings, LLC. N.C. S. Ct.