And inviting them to attend the small claims hearing
In 2006, the childish Edgewater Isle Master Association (managed by Nick Pargett) notified all homeowners of a small claims case in which the Association was a defendant. Why did they do that? Was a small claims case really a material item that would affect the sale of a property? No. The Association had not done this with any previous small claims case before or since. The Association was attempting to intimidate the plaintiff by trying to gather a large audience for the hearing, but it failed.
The Edgewater Isle Master Association displayed typical HOA board member mob mentality and used other people's money to pursue their own vendetta. Here's proof (and please note the "trademark" that Edgewater Isle Master Association "always" uses).
Only a board of directors taking cues from the mob "invite" all owners to attend the court hearing. A small claims court hearing is already a public hearing, why did the board need to "invite all owners" to it?