Verdicts & Settlements

Case Over Alleged Defects at Condos Is Settled

LaForte v. 431 Fairmount Avenue Associates $1.1 Million Settlement

, The Legal Intelligencer


Three plaintiffs who claimed they were sold "barely habitable" condominium units in Philadelphia have reached a settlement in which they agreed to transfer their units back to the developer in exchange for $1,114,295, which comprises the cost of the units at the time of purchase as well as attorney fees incurred in the ensuing litigation.

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