A feud following a sale of an oceanfront Hillsboro Beach hotel ended with mixed results, as the Los Angeles man who claimed the deal was the result of a con job was awarded $3.5 million, but the sale itself was upheld.

Development firm BH3 bought the Seabonay Beach Resort for $13.5 million in April 2017 from Oceanside Mile LLC, which comprised individuals and firms that collectively owned the property through the limited liability company.

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