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Maryland attorney general’s case against Kushner apartment company heads to judge following renter complaints

February 5, 2021

The apartment management company of former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner committed “numerous, serious violations” of consumer protection laws, the Maryland Attorney General’s Office said following months of testimony in which tenants alleged substandard conditions and improper fees. In what amounted to closing arguments in a case dating to 2019, lawyers in Attorney General Brian Frosh’s Consumer Protection Division have filed nearly 600 pages summarizing the allegations of dozens of disgruntled current and former renters at Maryland apartment complexes overseen by Westminster Management.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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