Apartments Seller Wins Toss Of 'Bogus' Overpayment Suit

By Michelle Casady (November 21, 2019, 5:24 PM EST) -- A Houston company accused of inflating the occupancy rate of an apartment complex it sold has won dismissal and attorney fees in what it called a "bogus" suit from the buyer that claimed it overpaid by $4 million.

Judge Dedra Davis on Tuesday dismissed with prejudice the Harris County District Court lawsuit filed against AK Interests Remington LP in October 2018 by California-based real estate company Nizinski Family LP. Judge Davis also ordered Nizinski to pay AK $15,000 in attorney fees, about half of what AK requested after accusing Nizinski of discovery misconduct and gamesmanship.

On Nov. 5, AK asked for dismissal...

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