A judge’s ruling to dismiss 29 lawsuits against the Tibor Hollo Opera Tower for allegedly violating the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act should put the law into new perspective. The attorney representing the Opera Tower said buyers were trying to get their deposits back because the market had changed, and were trying to use the law, which was designed to prevent fraud, to get out of contractual obligations.
Judge’s opera house should prevent more lawsuits
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