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Foreclosure Law Appellate Court Opinion

by Zigadto, Janet


AC45055 - Long Manor Owners' Association, Inc. v. Alungbe ("The defendant Gabriel D. Alungbe, a self-represented party, appeals from the judgment of foreclosure by sale rendered in favor of the plaintiff, Long Manor Owners' Association, Inc., arising out of outstanding common charges in connection with the defendant's condominium unit in Long Manor Condominiums in New Britain (complex). The defendant claims that the trial court erred in: (1) denying him his due process rights and the opportunity to present evidence at the trial to determine the amount of the debt; (2) awarding the plaintiff the amount of the debt, as well as attorney's and other fees; (3) appointing David Karat, the property manager of the complex, as receiver of rents; (4) failing to require the plaintiff and Karat to disclose the amount of late fees they charged; (5) granting Karat a receiver fee of $90 per hour; (6) failing to require the plaintiff and Karat to produce evidence regarding water and sewer statements; (7) denying his requests to conduct the trial via alternative means; (8) failing to consider all of the testimony and evidence presented during the trial; and (9) denying his motion to reargue vis-a-vis the foreclosure judgment. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.")