A developer entered into a contract for the purchase of a shul at 4024-12th Avenue in Boro Park, Brooklyn, with plans to demolish the shul and and build condominiums in its place. Mispallelim challenged the sale in court and sought a stay, contending that that the sale did not comply with the procedural requirements of the law.
The Court has granted the stay, finding that the Mispalelim are “likely to prevail” in the action.
“The chances of the stay being reversed on appeal are remote,” attorney AaronTyk told Matzav.com. “The affidavits and documents submitted appear to support the Court’s conclusion.”