Court holds Michigan Condo Developer liable for changing sale price of unit

In Gordon v Cornerstone RG, LLC, No. 324909, 2016 WL 902195 (Mich Ct App March 8, 2016) (unpublished opinion), the Michigan Court of Appeals confirmed an arbitration award in favor of Robert and Debbie Gordon against the developers of the Villas of Hidden Lakes Condominium.    Read the article………….


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