Judge Orders Vermont’s Hermitage Club Owner to Pay Member $2.1M

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A judge has ordered the proprietor of a foreclosed ski membership in vermont to pay approximately $2.1 million to a club member who’s unable to promote returned 20 memberships he sold in 2015.

The brattleboro reformer reports the judge issued his ruling on counts of breach of settlement towards hermitage membership founder jim barnes and hermitage club llc remaining month.
Below the agreement, robert coffin, of massachusetts, turned into to pay $sixty five,000 according to club. The hermitage would later buy them lower back at $75,000 every after thirteen months, $eighty five,000 every after years or $95,000 each after three years.

Barnes and hermitage membership now owe coffin $1.9 million in damages and about $203,000 in hobby from february 2018.

Neither barnes nor an legal professional answered to the criticism.

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