The New York Court of Appeals Thursday affirmed an Appellate Division, 1st Department, holding that a lawyer should not be allowed to foreclose on a condo he said he bought for his girlfriend/future wife before she discovered he was married to another woman.

In an unsigned memorandum ruling, the court unanimously also said Radiah K. Givens had stated a prima facie case of fraudulent inducement to marriage against Joseph I. Rosenzweig.

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