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Judge slaps $693,000 lien on Union company accused of defrauding elderly couple

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A judge agreed to approve a $693,000 attachment on properties owned by a company and three of its members who are accused of defrauding an elderly couple. The lawyer for the business denies the allegations and said the business and its members engaged in legitimate business transactions and the couple will be repaid. Justice Bruce Mallonee approved the attachment on July 5 in Knox County court in a civil lawsuit filed the same day.
2 months ago·Lewiston, United States

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Judge slaps $693,000 lien on Union company accused of defrauding elderly couple

The lawyer for the business denies the allegations, saying his clients are still in the process of flipping the houses with the borrowed money and will repay the couple.

2 months ago·Portland, United States
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