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Court orders Concord Mall, appoints a property manager

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A judge appoints a property manager to the buyers of Concord Mall who are now in default.

Ton Real Estate Investments currently owes over $6 million for the property, including $450,000 in other costs.

The buyer purchased Concord Mall back in February of 2020.

The Elkhart Truth reports now the mall company has now turned to the courts in attempt to get the money owed from the sale, or have the property sold to a new buyer in attempt to recover money.

This week a judge granted a request to appoint a property manager while the dispute continues in court.

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