Court Tells Board in Foreclosure Case: The Guy Paid. What Else You Want?

Most condominium boards and their managers and attorneys act in what they perceive to be the best interests of their condo associations. But when one Manhattan board in an arrears foreclosure tried to not let the owner pay, and then tried to not tell the court when it did let the owner pay, the judge called the board’s actions “inexplicable.” You really, really don’t want a judge to say that. Here’s what happened. Read More……


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