One of Florida’s biggest condominium converters who handled more than $110 million in projects will lose four luxury homes and art and wine collections in a proposed bankruptcy settlement.

Juan Puig also agreed with creditors to submit to a lie detector test to ensure his honesty with creditors, including Miami-based Ocean Bank and Compass Bank in Jacksonville, Fla.

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