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April 21, 2011

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thinking out loud

would love to know what has happened to the property in the meantime, has it sat in limbo for 12 years? How has the value fluctuated?

I like the outcome, assuming the facts are correct and the defendant negotiated in bad faith. Happy to see someone held to his obligations.

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