Commonwealth Court quashes condo association’s appeal over Mercer County (PA) Sheriff’s sale

A Shenango Township condominium group’s attempt to overturn a Mercer County Court of Common Pleas order connected to a Sheriff’s sale of property in its complex has been denied by the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.     Read the article………….


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