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Exposing the strings and catches buried in the fine print.

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By: Imobiliare

Tue, 02 Oct 2007 06:31:41 +0000

Trump is investing in Romania now. He has a partnership with a romanian real estate investor.

By: Required

Sun, 18 Feb 2007 17:02:53 +0000

How does an old man with the world's worst hair piece get taken seriously about anything. He's a f**king game show host people. The fact that he's also a black hearted back stabbing money grubbing landlord doesn't surprise me in the least. And to top it all off with some true humor, he thinks he's some kind of moral authority.

By: hatrack

Wed, 24 Jan 2007 19:35:43 +0000

While I can certainly see a business wanting to limit it's liability in case of future problems I think this is a really underhanded move to make. I don't see Trump putting up with this if it was him that got in on the ground floor of a friend's real estate deal. Just shows how rich people get rich I guess. I wonder if Rosie's heard about this.

By: Dan

Tue, 23 Jan 2007 22:10:00 +0000

The logic behind Trump Internationals reasoning is faulty. The clause states: "If seller defaults on any of seller’s covenants or obligations hereunder, and such default is caused by matters beyond seller’s reasonable control,. . ." The actual cause of the default is Trump International's decision to default, very much under their control. The increase in real estate prices does not in and of itself force the Company to default. If this is challenged by the early buyers I'd be shocked if an honest Judiciary were to uphold the cancellations. Yes, I've grown a bit cynical in my old age. Because of the political power the company probably carries (given the amount of development it's doing in Chicago) it wouldn't shock me if a local court were to uphold Trump Internationals' interpretation. Let's hope if that's the case the early buyers appeal until it reaches the Federal Court System.

By: Robert

Tue, 23 Jan 2007 04:12:15 +0000

Bet he owns lots of stock in Walmart...