He charged $525 per hour to save their condo. But two years later, problems persist (FL)

They welcomed him with open arms, because they thought he was their salvation.  In March of 2015, a judge assigned a professional to rescue a 310-unit condominium in Miami Gardens, at the request of lawyers for Miami-Dade County. The “receiver” was to collect payments in arrears, correct dangerous code violations, carry out repairs and settle county fines running in the millions.  Eleventh District Circuit Court Judge Eric Hendon named former judge Jorge J. Pérez as the receiver.    Read the article……………


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