Boston YWCA loses appeal in fight over Cape Cod cottages

January 19, 2017
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

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Montgomery McCracken Of Counsel Albert L. Piccerilli was noted as representation for Young Women’s Christian Association of Philadelphia, Inc., which is doing business under the fictitious name Avis Chase Women’s Association of Philadelphia (“Philadelphia”)  in the matter of the ownership of three prime, historically-certified waterfront properties in the exclusive, historically-preserved Old Village section of Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod.

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