Kaplan v. First Hartford Corp.

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March 20, 2009
6552 Land Subdividers and Developers, Except Cemeteries
judicial dissolution
discounted cash flow (DCF), minority shareholder, valuation approaches, tax loss carryforward (TLC)

Kaplan v. First Hartford Corp.
2009 WL 737681 (D. Me.)
Federal Court
United States District Court
Guilliaem Aertsen (plaintiff); Nancy Fannon and Timothy Riddiough (defendants)


Federal district court conducts extensive analysis of expert evidence to make fair value appraisal of unique and complicated real estate development company, relying on net asset value and thinly traded stock market pricing, plus upward adjustments for im ...
Kaplan v. First Hartford Corp.
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