Company sued for allegedly occupying deceased woman's property illegally

By Tia Benton | Sep 25, 2012

Joseph L. Montgomery

NEW ORLEANS - A representative for the succession of a deceased New Orleans resident is suing a business alleging it illegally occupied the property of the deceased.

Susan Fleckinger Thomas, on behalf of the estate of Lee Ora Dillenkoffer, filed a lawsuit against Gadois International, LLC in the Orleans Parish Central District court on Aug. 2. Thomas claims that Gadois illegally occupied property of Dillenkoffer after his death and made irreparable and unneeded adjustments to the property.

The defendant is accused of disturbance of possession.

An unspecified amount in damages is sought for issues that will be specified in the course of the court proceedings.

Thomas is represented by Joseph L. Montgomery of Leblanc Butler, L.L.C. in Metairie.

The case has been assigned to Division L Judge Kern A. Reese.

Case no. 12-07567.

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