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Foreclosure Appellate Court Opinions

by Booth, George

 

AC38840 - Reserve Realty, LLC v. BLT Reserve, LLC (Foreclosure; broker's lien; "In this action to foreclose a real estate broker's lien, the plaintiffs, The Reserve Realty, LLC (Reserve Realty) and Theodore Haddad, Sr., as executor of the estate of Jeanette Haddad, appeal from the judgment rendered by the trial court in favor of the defendant BLT Reserve, LLC (BLT). On appeal, the plaintiffs claim that the court improperly determined that (1) the purchase and sale agreement upon which they based their claim for brokerage fees constituted part of an illegal tying arrangement in violation of the Connecticut Antitrust Act, (2) the listing agreements entered into pursuant to such purchase and sale agreement did not comply with General Statutes § 20-325a, and (3) such listing agreements were unenforceable by the plaintiffs because they were personal to Jeanette Haddad. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.")

AC38442 - Reserve Realty, LLC v. Windemere Reserve, LLC (Foreclosure; broker's lien;"In this action to foreclose a real estate broker's lien, the plaintiffs, The Reserve Realty, LLC (Reserve Realty) and Theodore Haddad, Sr., as executor of the estate of Jeanette Haddad, appeal from the judgment rendered by the trial court in favor of the defendant, Windemere Reserve, LLC (Windemere). On appeal, the plaintiffs claim that the court improperly determined that (1) the purchase and sale agreement upon which they base their claim for brokerage fees constituted an illegal tying arrangement in violation of the Connecticut Antitrust Act, (2) the listing agreements entered into pursuant to such purchase and sale agreement did not comply with General Statutes § 20-325a, and (3) such listing agreements were unenforceable by the plaintiffs because they were personal to Jeanette Haddad. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.")

AC38239 - Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Owen (Foreclosure; motion for default for failure to plead; "The defendants Marlene E. Owen and William S. Owen appeal from the denial of their motion to open the judgment of strict foreclosure rendered by the trial court in favor of the plaintiff, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. The defendants claim that the court abused its discretion in denying their motion because they showed good cause to warrant opening the judgment pursuant to General Statutes § 49-15. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.")