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Attorneys obtained dismissal of a case

Attorneys obtained dismissal of a case wherein the plaintiff, an executor of the estate for his deceased father, filed a Complaint alleging that defendant, an attorney for a condominium association, had violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) when he sent the executor a letter inquiring as to the current ownership of a condominium which was previously owned by the deceased. The court granted our client's motion to dismiss, holding that the letter was not an attempt to collect a debt; thus, the attorney could not be held liable under the FDCPA.

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