Florida. One of the lawsuits is for fraud. I'm not sure that this would qualify as a fiduciary as Obey's company was the direct party. They are who the buyers were buying from. Sunseeker was their supplier but Sunseeker simply asserts that they had no contract with the buyer. only Obey did, and their only contract was with Obey. With multiple cases filed, it does seem to me the state should have been looking into things for potential criminal charges but the only filings at this point are civil. The thing I find most disconcerting about all of this is that Obey has simply changed the company under which he is operating and another builder has set him up as a dealer. Unfortunately this happens all the time in all business realms. You see businesses close and reopen in the same place doing the same thing. There is nothing to alert the average consumer unless they do a little investigation. I say "a little investigation" as in most cases a bit of googling, a quick look up of court filings and history, will tell you plenty without even doing a deep look. But people don't check and so the perpetrators continue and often repeat the same actions.