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To all persons interested in the matter of Genevive Aymer of Dorchester, MA

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
SUFFOLK. ss. DOCKET NO. 19P1955

To all persons interested in the matter of: Genevive Aymer of Dorchester, MA. in said County of Suffolk-who is deceased.

A petition has been presented to said Court, for license to sell a private sale-public auction-certain real estate of the deceased Genevive Aymer of 224 Callender Street: Dorchester, MA. in the County of Suffolk, and praying that the petitioner William F. Spallina may be come the purchaser of said real estate.

The land with the buildings thereon now known as and numbered 224 Callender Street. Dorchester, Suffolk County, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Said premises are shown as lot number 10, on a plan entitled, “Subdivision Plan Dorchester, Boston, Mass., dated July 12, 1993, drawn by R.E. Cameron & Associates, Inc., and recorded in Suffolk County Registry of Deeds, as Plan Number XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX, in Plan Book 19713. Page END.

Said premises containing 4,606 square feet according to said plan.

Said premises are conveyed subject to and with the benefit of easements, restrictions, reservations, and rights of way of record so far as the same are now in force and applicable.

Property Address:
224 Callender Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts 02124

If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance in said Court at Boston before ten o’clock in the forenoon on the 2nd of April 2021, the return day of this citation.

Witness, Brian J. Dunn, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, this 19th day of February, 2021.

Felix D. Arroyo, Register

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