Issuer, Fund Companies Want Housing Case Out of Minnesota Court

Hume, Lynn
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/22/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31995`, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of the Raleigh Housing Authority, Evergreen Investments and Eaton Vance Management to discharge the housing case of Minnesota court. Dispute between a trustee and bondholder on the sale of troubled bond-financed low-income housing projects; Interest of the North Carolina court in the disposition and future use of the property; Need for resolving the jurisdictional issues.


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