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Continued: Judge says Zygi Wilf cheated partners in N.J. apartment project

  • Article by: MIKE KASZUBA , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 7, 2013 - 7:00 AM

According to court documents, the Wilf family formed the partnership in 1985 with brothers Josef and Abe Halpern. Abe Halpern later transferred his interest in the project to Reichmann, a sister. Under the original agreement, according to court documents, the Wilfs contributed $500,000 to the project, the Halperns contributed another $500,000, and the Wilfs and the Halperns each owned 50 percent of the project.

But Guryan, the Wilfs’ attorney, had downplayed the legal acrimony.

The 20-year case, he said at one point, was “just another painful example of the attempt to get the Wilfs.”

 

Mike Kaszuba • 612-673-4388

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