Condo seeks sanctions over 'fraudulent' foreclosure filings

, Daily Business Review


A condominium association in Weston is seeking monetary sanctions against the Law Offices of David J. Stern, which it claims filed "fraudulent" court documents that led to two simultaneous foreclosures being filed on the same unit. The foreclosures brought on behalf of two lenders claiming to own the same mortgage have tied the unit up in court for three years and cost the association thousands of dollars in unpaid maintenance fees, its attorney said.

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