Feoffees respond to the tenants law suit and submit counterclaims, the most substantive of which asks that the tenants be compelled to pay the costs for the new wastewater system.
Monthly Archives: December 2006
Essex District Attorney Opinion
Apart from developing the argument for why the Feoffees should be considered a public entity subject to the Open Meeting Law, this document also has a good summary of the history embedded in it.
Tenants Class Action Complaint
On this date, the tenants of Little Neck sued the Feoffees in Superior Court, firing the first shot in the ongoing legal battle. Although this is often described as a “rent dispute”, a careful read of the complaint makes it clear that the rent levels are not as central to the complaint as the long history of incompetent management of the Trust by the Feoffees.