Property Sale Looms For Vikings Owners In NJ Fraud Case

Law360, New York (December 19, 2013, 8:14 PM EST) -- A New Jersey judge who ordered the owners of the Minnesota Vikings to pay $84.5 million for allegedly bilking partners in a real estate venture refused Thursday to prevent the sale of that property while the owners appeal, though she gave them time to challenge her decision.

Morris County Judge Deanne Wilson gave Zygmunt, Mark and Leonard Wilf about 30 days to ask the Appellate Division to hold off the dissolution of their partnership with plaintiffs Ada Reichmann and Josef Halpern over the Rachel Gardens apartment...
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