Robbie Barletta Obituary – Death: Builder -Designer Masseur Historic Preservationist Cause Of Death
A London resident, previously associated with the Hells Angels, and two developers are currently involved in a multi-million dollar legal dispute related to a failed luxury development near Collingwood, as reported in connection with illegal sports betting charges.
In recent news, an obituary and death announcement for Robbie Barletta, a Builder-Designer Masseur Historic Preservationist, has been published.
The main focus of the legal dispute centers around a 2.5-hectare plot in The Blue Mountains, a town in Grey County. On this property, a mansion, eventually sold for $7.9 million, was unfortunately destroyed by a suspicious fire before the deal closed in 2021.
River Craftsman Company, also known as Riverco, has initiated a $1-million lawsuit against The Artisan on Lora Bay, another developer. The claim alleges that Artisan failed to fulfill its commitment to compensate Riverco for the design and construction of the luxury residence at 189 Lake Dr., according to a court-filed statement of claim.
However, Artisan denies the accusation, stating that Riverco cannot file the lawsuit without the consent of its company co-director, Douglas Adams, as per its statement of defense. Michael Curtis serves as Riverco’s other co-director.
In addition, Artisan has counterclaimed for more than $28 million against Riverco, Robert Barletta (previously associated with Hells Angels), and a family trust company linked to Barletta. Barletta has not yet submitted a statement of defense.