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If Marin and the estate pay $3.3 million within 90 days they can save $661,432.
The dispute was unfolding as Mill Creek Residential, Jersey City, NJ, was trying to buy the property at 1 Purdy Ave. for up to $15 million, to build an apartment building.
“First Republic Bank has wrongfully failed and refused to surrender to LRC $625,167 of insurance proceeds.”
“Our clients deny the allegations,” bankruptcy attorney Lawrence F. Morrison stated in an email, “and look forward to their day in court.”
“At the present time,” the complaint states, “Top Grade has no information whatsoever regarding the location or whereabouts of the drill rig.”
The “branding and packaging of the product is designed to – and does – deceive, mislead and defraud” consumers, she claims in a complaint filed May 24 in U.S. District Court, White Plains.
“Lighthouse systematically violates fair housing laws by developing buildings and offering rental dwelling to the public that are not accessible for individuals with disabilities,” the complaint states, “making them impossible to live in.”
The 1908 sale of the 33-acre parcel to a private individual, appellate justices ruled, “constituted an affirmative act of abandonment of the cemetery use of that property.”
"Throughout the entire process, Ms. Goldstein consistently demonstrated a disregard for and refusal to conform her conduct to the letter or spirit of the code of ethics.”
The shipment that arrived at a Zachys facility in White Plains was damaged by “exposure to excessive temperatures” that rendered it “unfit for intended distribution, sale and end usage.”
Edison needs bankruptcy protection, according to a declaration by Emma Price, the president, to obtain breathing room from creditors while it marshals assets to “either sell the company as a whole or sell off its inventory, raw materials and other assets.”
“The project does not promote environmental protection” the village planning board found, or “the most appropriate use of land.”
“Wilmot was unjustly enriched by cashing and retaining the duplicative payment made by Colony,” the complaint states, and “Colony has a right to the funds.”
Sarah and John Glaister, British subjects and naturalized U.S. citizens, allegedly held as much as $200,000 to $3.9 million, from 2009 to 2014, in Swiss, French and UK banks.
Familia, the bankruptcy complaint states, has “conceded that he shared in no less than $40,000 of the $685,000 misappropriated from the fraudulent scheme.”