NEW JERSEY – Perth Amboy condo owners take on Kushners in court
Nation’s first son-in-law, Jared Kushner, could be called to testify if lawsuit goes to trial
NEW BRUNSWICK – With settlement talks underway, a Middlesex County Superior Court judge asked to speak with residents of the Landings at Harborside condominium complex and their attorney, who have brought a consumer fraud suit against Kushner Companies — the company formerly run by President Donald Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
And if a settlement is not reached, Kushner and his father, Charles, could be subpeonaed to testify about why the company did not deliver on the $600 million project as promised.
About 32 condo owners at the Landings at Harborside in Perth Amboy have bought a civil suit against Kushner Companies, it’s subsidiary, Westminister Company, and others in connection with being misled into “purchasing high priced luxury condominiums based on misrepresentation and false promises made by the defendants,” according to the lawsuit. Read more: