Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Coquette's sheriff's sale is halted

Owner Cary Neff paid the judgment.

Coquette's sheriff's sale is halted


Coquette at Fifth and Bainbridge Streets had faced a judgment from a former employee at owner Cary Neff's former establishment, Sansom Street Oyster House.

Community Legal Services doggedly pursued the unpaid wages, and got the sheriff's office to post notice of a sheriff's sale. That sale was to be held Thursday.

But CLS attorney Michael Hollander reports that the sale has been canceled as the judgment has been satisfied.

Neff said he was reconceptualizing Coquette.

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