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July 4, 1990 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attorneys representing 65 families announced Tuesday a $2.4-million settlement of a lawsuit filed by tenants over slum conditions in a downtown Los Angeles apartment building. The out-of-court settlement involving a building at 106 E. Washington Blvd. was described by attorneys as the second largest of its kind in Los Angeles history. "The building was maintained in poor condition for a number of years," said Mercedes Marquez, who represented the tenants.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 4, 1990 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attorneys representing 65 families announced Tuesday a $2.4-million settlement of a lawsuit filed by tenants over slum conditions in a downtown Los Angeles apartment building. The out-of-court settlement involving a building at 106 E. Washington Blvd. was described by attorneys as the second largest of its kind in Los Angeles history. "The building was maintained in poor condition for a number of years," said Mercedes Marquez, who represented the tenants.
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April 16, 1987
Los Angeles City Atty. James K. Hahn delivered $5,000 checks to each of three Skid Row charities. The money was from the Rand Financial Corp., but Hahn said it was not exactly a love offering. Rand was convicted last week of permitting substandard conditions to exist at an apartment it owns on South Main Street and was ordered to contribute $15,000 to agencies helping the underprivileged.
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March 5, 1990 | From United Press International
Ingersoll-Rand Sues Over Partnerships: Ingersoll-Rand Financial Corp. filed suit in Superior Court claiming that a group of individuals and small real estate and financial companies in Southern California conspired against the New Jersey firm by setting up fraudulent limited partnerships. Ingersoll-Rand lent the partnerships money to fund small real estate development projects, but much of the money was siphoned to fees and commissions for the general partners, the suit said.
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