58 Prospect Street adverse possession notice

 

 

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS SUPERIOR COURT DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT SUFFOLK, SS. Case No. 1884CV03213C Roman Catholic Archbishop of Boston VS. Maura Healey, as she is the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Free City Library Association TO: Free City Library Association You are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you by the above named plaintiff. This complaint concerns a certain parcel of land with building(s) known as 58 Prospect Street, located in Gloucester, Essex County, and said Commonwealth. Plaintiff seeks a judgment declaring that it owns said property through adverse possession, extinguishing any rights that you may have had to said property through the deed from

Jeremiah J. Healy to Free City Library Association dated April 24, 1900

and recorded with the Southern Essex District Registry of Deeds in Book 1607, Page 259, or for such further relief as the Court deems just and appropriate. This complaint may be examined at the Superior Court for Suffolk County, Boston, Massachusetts or a copy obtained from plaintiff’s attorney. If you intend to make any defense, you are hereby required to serve upon the plaintiff’s attorney, Kimberly Kroha, Esq., Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. whose address is 300 Crown Colony Drive, Suite 500, Quincy, MA 02169-0904 a responsive pleading to the complaint on or before the 31st day of January, 2019, the return day, hereof, and a copy thereof must be filed in the Suffolk Superior Court on or before said day. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Unless otherwise provided by Rule 13(a), your answer must state as a counterclaim any claim which you may have against the plaintiff which arise out of the transaction or occurrence that is the subject matter of the plaintiff’s claim or you will thereafter be barred from making such claim in any other action. GT – 12,28, 1/4, 1/11/19

 

7 thoughts on “58 Prospect Street adverse possession notice

  1. Sorry about the autofill. My comment should read: This legal notice about 58 Prospect has also appeared in the GD Times. Can anyone explain what this is all about? Context?

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  2. Would someone care to interpret this for the rest of us who speak merely simple English? Exactly who are the parties involved? Has this been an ongoing dispute?

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  3. Jeanne Smith is correct. The building in question is the St. Mary Chapel Building that is currently empty. Holy Family Parish has been working with the Archdiocese for 10 years to clear the title to this building. Even though it has been in parish use for about 100 years, the paperwork to show that Sawyer Foundation gave it to the parish is missing or lost. So in order for the parish to do anything with the building (sell, tear down, etc.) we need clear title. This notice is the process to get the title clear.

    Hope this helps.
    Joe

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