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Woman loses second-hand smoke case

Said real estate broker misled her about neighbor

Alyssa Burrage said that tobacco fumes from the condominium below the one she bought for $405,000 aggravated her asthma, but the 14-member jury sided with the broker. Alyssa Burrage said that tobacco fumes from the condominium below the one she bought for $405,000 aggravated her asthma, but the 14-member jury sided with the broker. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / February 17, 2010

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A Suffolk County jury yesterday rejected a Boston woman’s suit contending that her real estate broker misled her by concealing that a downstairs neighbor smoked cigarettes, in one of the first such lawsuits to go to trial in Massachusetts. (Full article: 634 words)

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