Judge won’t put gag order on Sandy-damaged condo owners (DE)

A bitter disagreement over Superstorm Sandy damage to a set of Selbyville-area condo buildings won’t be tamped down by a court-imposed gag order, a Court of Chancery judge has ruled.  Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock III ruled against the condominium association at Mallard Lakes, which had asked the court to stop some unit owners from speaking publicly about a dispute – and lawsuit – over whether Sandy-damaged structures have to be elevated and who will pay if they must be.    Read the article………….


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