Superior Court rules Philly condo residence dispute does not need to go to arbitration

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania said an occupancy agreement, not an operation agreement, was the key document in deciding the fate of a residential dispute action centered around a condominium in Philadelphia’s affluent Rittenhouse Square neighborhood.   Read the article…………….


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