View single post by Bullshipper
 Posted: Fri Jan 10th, 2020 06:10 pm
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johnmoore wrote: Bull, "The employees may attempt to put a lien on the property, with interest, until they are paid". You must be kidding, with what is known about the principles it stands to reason there will not be forthcoming monies for disgruntled employees.

The lawyer for the employees at the Miramar have a 25 year old pending case, and their side lot on the beach is being held as a bond for payment. This means they can't sell it, rent it, build on it, etc.

The lawyer for the owners in this marina needs to make sure that his clients are not dragged into this. For, instance, what right did the employees have in boarding up the property that is owned by someone else?