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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Horowitz lawsuit documents

Below is a list of the court documents obtained by The Record pertaining to developer Sandy Horowitz's bankruptcy filing on Nov. 3, 2009 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

11-16-09 - Summary of Income/Assets
11-22-09 - Order of Scheduling
11-25-09 - Proof of Service
11-25-09 - Application to Employ Attorney
11-25-09 - Motion to Employ Attorney
11-25-09 - Statement of Disinterestedness
11-25-09 - Motion for Use of Combined Plan
11-25-09 - Motion for Use of Estate
12-03-09 - Professional Fee Statement
12-04-09 - Application to Employ Accountants
12-07-09 - Motion to Employ Accountants
12-10-09 - Declaration of No Response (Estate)
12-10-09 - Declaration of No Response (Attorneys)
12-16-09 - Meeting of Creditors
12-16-09 - Amended Schedule
12-22-09 - Motion for Sale of Property
12-23-09 - Declaration of No Response
12-24-09 - Amended Schedule of Unsecured Claims
12-24-09 - Motion for use of estate
01-06-10 - Opposition to Use of Estate

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Horowitz,tried to help our city he seen a vision unfortunally it failed! like so many of us. Troy will never do better unless we get more middle class and thats not happening we are sprialing downward rock bottem is almost here.WELFARE,SOCIAL SERVICE,SEC#8,ugly building W/rotten tenants.pitbulls,nyc drug dealers this is troy!!

January 10, 2010 at 6:21 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like to me, Mr. Horowitz has no intention of being a real busniess man and has left a shamble of any one and any place that he has been connected with. Why did Code Enforcement give such wide latitude to someone who hasn't even payed his Troy taxes? What took Code Enforcement so long to take action? Why no fines? what about the other builings Horowitz owns? Is code enforcement looking into the public health and safety issues of those buildings?

January 20, 2010 at 11:31 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's been a month since code enforcement shut down the buildings. Is code enforcement inspecting Horowitz's other properties? Or reinspecting?

January 27, 2010 at 11:57 AM 

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