Rivera v. Tax Collector of Bridgeport

Full title: CAROL RIVERA, EXECUTRIX v. TAX COLLECTOR, CITY OF BRIDGEPORT, ET AL

Court: Connecticut Superior Court, Judicial District of Fairfield at Bridgeport

No. CV96 032 99 49 S

Date published: Mar 29, 2000

Fact:

Presently before the court is the defendant’s motion for discharge of lis pendens. On February 2, 1996, the plaintiff, Carol Rivera, brought suit to set aside the sale of certain property by the codefendant, tax collector for the city of Bridgeport (tax collector), to the defendant, Quality Real Estate Development (Quality).

The plaintiff’s complaint alleges the following relevant facts. Carol Rivera is the executrix of the estate of Joseph Mobilio.  Mobilio’s estate owned the property known as 316 Westfield Avenue in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Pursuant to General Statutes (Rev. to 1993) sec; 12-157, the tax collector filed a notice of sale with the city clerk on April 20, 1994. Thereafter, on June 20, 1994, the tax collector sold the aforesaid property to Quality.

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