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Successfully negotiated a settlement in a foreclosure case with an owner who combined two lots but claimed he owed for only one lot.

An owner within a homeowners association purchased two lots with the original agreement to pay assessments for both lots.  For tax purposes, the owner combined both lots but then refused to pay assessments for each lot.

Kaman & Cusimano successfully negotiated back payments for both lots and legal fees in the amount of $15,000, with the owners agreeing to the ongoing obligation to pay assessments on the two lots originally designated in the association’s development plat.


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