Re: The Boat School, Eastport, Maine
If I recall your earlier thread on this subject clearly Carl, all the public pronouncements by the city, the state and by Marlow himself were that the boat school would form part of the deal. If he's reneged on what was commonly thought of and expected to be part of the deal, even though there may not have been contractual clauses covering this aspect, he may be open to some kind of legal challenge. Particularly if he had made independent public pronouncements of what his end intentions were with regard to the school.
Anyone have any good ideas?
Confidence tricks are still illegal in the USA, are they not?
Marlow got what he wanted: A better deal in buying the Merrill-Stevens yard in soFL.
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