New co-op says Mooneys have a legal right to speak for Briarcrest residents
LACONIA — Responding to a petition filed on behalf of Mark and Ruth Mooney, the owners of Briarcrest Estates, asking the Belknap County Superior Court to approve the sale of their manufactured housing park to Maple Holding and Redevelopment, LLC, the Lakemont Cooperative, formed by residents seeking to purchase the park, claims that the court has no appropriate role in the transaction and charges the owners with failing to negotiate in good faith as the law requires.
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