Freddie Mac Attempting To Evict Yeshivah Torah Temimah, Hearing Scheduled

Torah Temimah Lkwd_wmThe following is a letter just sent to TLS by LARRY S. LOIGMAN, Esq., the Lawyer representing the Yeshivah: I am representing Yeshivah Torah Temimah on Cedar Street, and have had several inquiries as to the status. The property rented by the yeshiva was bought back at a foreclosure sale by FHLMC (“Freddie Mac”), which is now attempting to evict the yeshiva, claiming that its lease agreement with the prior owner is no longer in effect, and that the Township has insisted that the property be boarded up.  The Lakewood construction official, Mike Saccomano, has confirmed that the Township did NOT order the property to be boarded up. 
Following a conference in court this morning, Judge Grasso has scheduled a hearing for 2 PM on Wednesday, December 23, at Courtroom 1, Ocean County Court House, Toms River.  Anyone interested is encouraged to attend.

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  1. As far as I know only residential tenants are protected from eviction after foreclosure if their lease is in effect. A yeshiva would not fall under those laws.

  2. It seems so unconscionable for a government funded entity to be this unduly harsh and not try to be understanding to an educational institution’s needs and work to accommodate, rather than deal in bad faith with the harsh objective of throwing out all the boys into the street in the middle of an academic year!!

  3. Eviction is a terribly harsh and traumatic event for anyone! I have NO PITY on any landlord choosing to evict a tenant unless the tenant is destroying the property or hasn’t paid rent in a long time.

    In the real estate business, as opposed to several other industries, you’re dealing with human lives – families and children’s roof over their heads – and if you can’t be sensitive to other humans you should never get into this business in the first place..

  4. Mr. Loigman is a honorable lawyer who fights for justice even when it may upset certain powers. He is one of the only frum lawyers who will not give in to pressure.
    Please take his request seriously! YOU may need his help and he is not the type to refuse.
    The people of Lakewood are fortunate that he responds even when others serve the special interests (v’hamieven yovin).

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    eliminating “the rebel rousers” .
    I happen to be closely connected to the goings on in this case,
    what is posted above are the facts.
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  6. #9 you know nothing but what everyone else wants you to know. I know why the police were there I know who got inspections involved to investigate why the bank wanted it boarded it up. I know more than anyone on this matter……….You have know idea WHO I AM!!!!!!!!

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