REPRESENTING INVESTORS AT REDEMPTION HEARINGS
Mark Copoulos points with pride to multiple redemption hearings wherein he both successfully redeemed properties for prior owners, and defended redemptions for third-party purchasers. For example, in the case of City of Philadelphia v. S.W., an individual filed a petition to redeem a valuable property. Copoulos successfully established that the petitioner was not a prior owner. While the individual had asserted a legal interest in the Property, there was no evidence to establish any connection with the property before the redemption. Moreover, the petitioner was planning to resell the Property if the Court granted the redemption petition. The Court denied the petitionRepresenting Investors at Redemption Hearings.
Successful Dispositions for Prior Owners Filing Redemptions
Copoulos also points to the matter of City of Philadelphia v. L.I.. In that case Copoulos successfully filed a petition for redeem and executed a deed transfer of a property sold at sale to a prior owner.
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