Luxury Developer Accused Of Ripping Off NYC Condo Buyers Is Forced To Pay Up

Companies owned by luxury developers and accused serial fraudsters Shaya Boymelgreen and Lev Leviev will continue to be allowed to do business in New York under the terms of a settlement announced yesterday by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.   Read the article……..


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