Defense of Charitable Foundation in Public Park Dispute

In September 2012, a team of our Real Estate and Litigation lawyers in Boston and Providence secured a judgment ordering a real estate developer to tear down a $2 million waterfront home constructed entirely on an abutting public park in Narragansett, Rhode Island owned by our client, a charitable foundation. In a ground-breaking decision a Superior Court judge ruled that even if the developer relied in good faith on an erroneous site plan prepared by a professional engineer in locating the house, our client was irreparably harmed and was the more innocent party.
Posted on September 19, 2012