This is the settlement agreement for the Superior Court case, where the Feoffees agree to sell Little Neck to the tenants for $29.1 million if they can get approval from the Probate Court to break William Paine’s will. The Feoffees also get immunity from the claims of the tenants. The Feoffees signed the agreement without consulting the School Committee, and it requires them to pursue the litigation in Probate Court even if the School Committee opposes it. It also meant that the tenants no longer had any skin in the game; all the legal fees to achieve the goals of the tenants and the Feoffees would be paid by the schoolchildren of Ipswich.
Superior – Feoffees – 091223 – Settlement Agreement Part 1
Superior – Feoffees – 091223 – Settlement Agreement Part 2
Superior – Feoffees – 091223 – Settlement Agreement Part 3
Part of this filing shows the prices each tenant will pay for their unit (lot + common area privileges). You can find an analysis of these prices compared to appraised values here.
Superior – Feoffees – 091223 – Ex. G Price List by Unit
These are older depositions of the Feoffees taken by the tenants for the Superior Court case.
This is the Feoffees arguing that they should be allowed to continue to depose individual tenants.
Superior – Feoffees – 080623 – Opposition to Motion for Protective Order
Here the Tenants argue that they should be allowed to pursue discovery on James Foley’s file at the Wenham Police Department. Also included is the full text of the deposition of James Foley. This motion ends up being denied, meaning they are not allowed to pursue discovery.
Superior – LNLAC – 080527 – Opposition to Foley Motion for Protective Order
Superior – LNLAC – 080527 – Foley Deposition
This is the Feoffees asking the court not to allow discovery on James Foley’s personnel file from the Wenham Police Department.
Superior – Feoffees – 080527 – Foley Motion for Protective Order