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  03/21/13, 9:09 am
I closed on my house over 20 years ago. I just learned that it is missing a CO on a conversion that was done long before I purchased it. I feel I was wronged by the seller as well as my closing attorney. What can I do?
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Eric Gottfried Says:

Mar 25,2013 9:15 AM

You may have a cause of action against the seller if there was fraud. Contact my office to discuss and ask for Mark Lefkowicz, Esq. 212-766-5665

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