BHL Makes Claim Against OneFinancial on Maumelle Office Building

BHL Makes Claim Against OneFinancial on Maumelle Office Building
One Bank CEO Jerry Pavlas (inset left) says the Parker Building in Maumelle is a company asset. BHL Financing, led by Johnelle Hunt, has filed a lien claim on the property.

Johnelle Hunt, through BHL Financing LLC, filed a lien on the Parker Building in Maumelle in connection with a default judgment of $14.7 million against OneFinancial, the holding company of One Bank & Trust.
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