By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Ordered and Adjudged that the Hudson County Sheriff is directed forthwith to conduct a sale of Plaintiffs’ real property,” Judge Lisa Rose wrote in a page-and-a-half decision dated December 2.
Additionally, Rose denied a cross motion opposing the sale of the property from Jane Garrity Glass, of the East Hanover law firm Garrity, Graham, Murphy, Garofalo & Flinn, P.C., who is currently representing the Bajardis.
As Hudson County View first reported in March, Hudson County Superior Court Judge Barry Sarkisian approved a $225,757 payment plan for the legal fees a Hoboken man, Mark Heyer, involved in a SLAPP lawsuit with two local bloggers.
In February 2015, a judge dismissed a $2 million defamation lawsuit filed by Lane and Kim Cardinal Bajardi against Hoboken bloggers Roman Brice and Nancy Pincus: better known as Hoboken Horse and Grafix Avenger, respectively.
Then in July of same year, Hudson County Superior Court Judge Patrick Arre ruled that the Bajardis will have to pay $276,000 in legal fees.
Garrity Glass, as well as Michele Daitz, the attorney representing Heyer, could not immediately be reached for comment on Friday.