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Successfully negotiated a settlement whereby an owner agreed to remove their tenants that were creating excessive noise and nuisances.

The tenants of a commercial unit were creating excessive noise and nuisances. The association sued the developer-owner of the unit and demanded the removal of the tenants from the property.

Kaman & Cusimano successfully negotiated an agreement where the developer-owner would not renew the lease agreement with the tenants and agreed to pursue an eviction of the tenants in municipal court if the nuisances continued for the remaining period of the lease. The court awarded the association over $7000 in legal fees and court costs.


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