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Fla. High Court Won't Review Beckham Stadium Sale Spat

Law360 (May 17, 2019, 2:20 PM EDT) -- The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday blocked a Miami activist's bid to reverse the approval of a $9 million, no-bid sale of county-owned land to ex-soccer star David Beckham for the construction of a Major League Soccer stadium.

A Florida Supreme Court panel declined to review a state appeals court ruling that affirmed the dismissal of wealthy landowner Bruce Matheson’s suit challenging the deal for 2.79 acres of land in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood. The state’s highest court did not provide reasoning for the ruling, handing down a brief one-page order that rejected the petition for review.

In October, the Third District...

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