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CNA claims Richard Persico and PCI “never intended to remit payment for the additional premiums owed.”
“The county has repeatedly moved the goal posts and continued to unreasonably deny approval of the plans.,” Million Air claims.
“O&R’s bogus damage claims and threats to evacuate the public reflect such wanton dishonesty,” the complaint states, “as to imply a complete indifference to O&R’s civic obligations.”
Dobbs Ferry has deprived residents of The Landing “use and enjoyment” of their property, by locking a gate on a bridge that allows pedestrians to cross over the Metro North tracks to the waterfront, where Native Americans had fished and hunted for 6,000 years.
Delledonne declared $17,270 in assets and more than $5.7 million in liabilities.
A pipe attached to a 500-gallon underground fiberglass tank ruptured in 2016, according to the complaint, and hazardous dry-cleaning solvent leaked into the soil.
Central Avenue Nissan agreed to pay Vitale $500 a week plus 3% commissions, still “far less than any of the male sales managers who had less experience and less seniority.”
Qian claims he told Platt that he is a very conservative investor and that his primary goal is preserving capital. Platt, according to the complaint, assured Qian that he would only sell him safe investments.
When applying for bank loans, the Moslems inflated the value of real estate assets and omitted tax liabilities, to exaggerate their net worth.
Carlucci allegedly failed to mention that he owed “significant money” to individuals and entities, including taxing authorities.
“Chase did not even have the decency to advise me before taking such consequential action.”
Hamlett says he worked long hours “to ensure that the members could always enjoy the ‘paradise,’ ‘service’ and ‘tranquility’ they expected” but “his services were not properly rewarded.”
The DOT “may be bending to political pressure,” attorney Gary Rosen states in an affidavit, “so that the defendant New York State Department of Transportation can reinstate the prior towing companies.”
“Everything about the practice, from its corporate structure to its billing practices, was fraudulent,” federal prosecutors said in a sentencing memorandum.
Dynax should have known by the early 1990s that chemicals used in fire-fighting foams were hazardous, according to the complaints.