JusTHEM<br><br>” Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s office has agreed to dismiss a 2018 lawsuit accusing Paul McKee’s NorthSide Regeneration of state tax credit fraud and waived all future claims against the developer for its use of a now-lapsed tax credit program.<br><br>The settlement was entered in St. Louis Circuit Court following a status hearing Monday morning.<br><br>The lawsuit, filed in 2018 by then-Attorney General Josh Hawley, sought the repayment of $2.62 million in tax credits. The state claimed the credits were issued on property NorthSide later gave back to sellers. In all, the state sought damages worth nearly $7.1 million, according to NorthSide’s attorney.<br><br>In its settlement, NorthSide Regeneration agreed to pay the state $323,930.”

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” Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s office has agreed to dismiss a 2018 lawsuit accusing Paul McKee’s NorthSide Regeneration of state tax credit fraud and waived all future claims against the developer for its use of a now-lapsed tax credit program.

The settlement was entered in St. Louis Circuit Court following a status hearing Monday morning.

The lawsuit, filed in 2018 by then-Attorney General Josh Hawley, sought the repayment of $2.62 million in tax credits. The state claimed the credits were issued on property NorthSide later gave back to sellers. In all, the state sought damages worth nearly $7.1 million, according to NorthSide’s attorney.

In its settlement, NorthSide Regeneration agreed to pay the state $323,930.”

Missouri dismisses tax credit fraud lawsuit against McKee’s NorthSide Regeneration

The state sought damages worth $7.1 million over questionable transactions, settled for $323,000.

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