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Elderly Shelby Township woman fights foreclosure, allowed to stay for now

Elderly Shelby Township woman fights foreclosure, allowed to stay for now

A judge ruled Friday that an 85-year-old Shelby Township woman can pay rent and stay in her condominium while a legal battle continues over her attempted ouster through the under-the-radar foreclosure process.

Circuit Judge Peter J. Maceroni granted a preliminary injunction that halts the eviction of Rosemary Heidenfelder from her unit at Heritage Place condominiums if she pays $500 per month rent and any other assessments while her attorney, Michael Balian, tries to reverse what he called unjust and “morally repugnant” maneuvers.

 “I’m pleased he (Maceroni) made a good decision,” he said.

 But he said he is not close to an agreement with his legal foes, Raymond Confer of Confer Investment Properties in Shelby Township and Mount Clemens-based Kirkpatrick Management Co.

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