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Court action will continue into 2020 over McDonald-Sullivan dispute

The property dispute involving a Romulus property developer will not be settled before 2019 ends. But it will see a resolution in 2020.

Acting State Supreme Court Judge Daniel Doyle gave William “Casey” McDonald and an attorney representing Sandra Sullivan and Henry William Sullivan III until July 1 to submit documents in the case, the Finger Lakes Times reports. Sullivan is also known as Mike Sullivan.

The dispute is over a home in Seneca Falls. It’s located on Rumsey Street, and subject to alleged missing payments in an ownership dispute.

The issue lies in a contract that was inked in 2012 between the Sullivans and McDonald. McDonald claimed to pay the Sullivans around $60,000, but the Sullivans deny that. There’s also a core ownership argument at the property, in which a deed transfer is under scrutiny.


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