October 9, 2012
Judge in Uzielli Case Wants Compromise
As I have finished discussing, the estate of Monique Uzielli and the co-op board president are at odds over the sale of a Fifth Ave. Penthouse that the estate owns. The dispute arose over the fact that the president would not allow the sale of the penthouse to proceed and has demanded exclusive right to occupy the terrace that leads to the green roof. The judge, Jeffery Oing, here wants the two parties to come to a compromise and let go of their past squabbles. Oing held that "emergency repair work can proceed on the disputed terrance of the $27.5 million apartment atop 1107 Fifth Ave." The estate responded that it was just trying to protect the testator's property from the unscrupulous acts of the President of co-op board.
See Dareh Gregorian, Judge to Terrace Foes: Settle Viewhaha, New York Post, Oct. 5, 2012.
Special thanks to Brian Cohan (Attorney at Law, Law Offices of Brian J. Cohan, P.C.) for bringing this article to my attention.
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