Mae’s school litigation settled – Hughes

Attorney Nigel Hughes says that the civil action brought against him by the Proprietress of Mae’s School over a Subryanville property was settled yesterday with the paying of arrears to him which were then paid over to the Hand-in-Hand Mutual Life Insurance Company.

Hughes had sold the Lot 29, Third Avenue property in 2006 to Mae’s Proprietress, Mayfield French-Rodrigues with an existing mortgage on it. Only a portion of the purchase price had been paid by French-Rodrigues to Hughes and the mortgage to Hand-in-Hand remained unsettled. Hand-in-Hand  was later granted a foreclosure order, putting a wing of the school in jeopardy. French-Rodrigues then moved to the  court against Hughes and Hand-in-Hand.

In a statement yesterday at an AFC press conference, Hughes said that  “The civil action brought by the purchaser was today settled with the purchaser paying me the balance of the purchase price along with the arrears  which were paid over to Hand in Hand Mutual Life Insurance Company which has agreed to cancel the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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