HarborView Towers (MD) condo association seeks bankruptcy

The condominium owners association at the HarborView Towers has filed for bankruptcy-law protection from its creditors after its bank accounts were frozen amid a long-running legal dispute over water leaks and mold problems in one of the building’s penthouses.  The Council of Unit Owners of the 100 Harborview Drive Condominium is seeking to reorganize its debts and continue operating in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, filed in Baltimore’s federal bankruptcy court    Read the article…………..


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