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Chaim Miller finds himself sued up tight

Lenders hover over Brooklyn investor, while partners claim chicanery

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In July, Chaim Miller and his sidekick Sam Sprei attended a bankruptcy hearing in Lower Manhattan. At issue was 45 John Street, a condominium development site that investor Harry Sohn claimed Miller was to sell him for $66 million. Sohn, who controls Orin Management, accused Miller and Sprei of failing to disclose that the property’s mortgages were in default, and said the two — whom he described as “nothing short of scoundrels” — were backing out because Miller’s own partners on the deal were suing him.

Read The full story at The Real Deal, by Kyna Doles

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