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Park lawsuit has new attorney

Published September 10, 2006

SEMINOLE - The Bay Pines Mobile Homeowners Association has a new attorney. The association, which has sued a developer that wants to raze the park and an agent of the former owner who sold the property, lost its last attorney over "irreconcilable differences." A judge gave the group 30 days to find new legal counsel. The association announced Thursday it has retained J. Christopher Robbins of the Robbins Law Firm in St. Petersburg to continue the case. Association representatives said Robbins plans to file a three-part claim against the park's seller and the buyer.

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