Failed investors win $10.9M after no answer in suit to developers

Would-be mountain developers in Dade County did not answer suit brought by Virginia couple

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Investors who purchased three building lots at $90,000 each have won a nearly $11 million default judgment against real estate developers in the rural northwest Georgia town of Trenton. The plaintiffs' attorney Scott Kuperberg (above) of Busch, Slipakoff & Schuh said his firm took the case on an hourly basis because they saw the case as a contract dispute.

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