Developer Alex Sapir allegedly broke a cardinal rule in actual property associated to the waterfront Miami Seashore house he as soon as shared together with his spouse.
Sapir, developer of the posh Surfside condominium constructing Arte, introduced in an actual property agent to indicate the home — with out his spouse Yanina Sapir’s consent, in keeping with court docket filings.
Yanina filed for divorce from Alex in April, citing a “loveless” marriage and looking for equitable distribution of their property. Alex and Yanina, who had been married in Miami Seashore in 2010, have two youngsters.
In a movement filed final week in Miami-Dade Circuit Courtroom and obtained by The Actual Deal, Yanina’s lawyer, Barbara Diaz of Olshan, Spann & Fernandez-Mesa, asks the court docket to enter an order that offers Yanina unique use and possession of the marital house.
“The husband could take into account himself an actual property ‘mogul,’ however he’s not the mogul of this case,” the movement reads. Sapir is the son of the late Tamir Sapir, founding father of the New York Metropolis-based Sapir Group. Alex leads the agency, and the equally named Sapir Corp.
Alex Sapir hasn’t lived within the Miami Seashore house since Yanina filed for divorce, in keeping with the movement.
Yanina alleges that Alex deliberately organized the exhibiting for a time when she would not be house, and allowed potential consumers to “have full and unfettered entry to the house” with out her data or consent.
“Given the events mutual choice to dissolve their marriage, it stands to cause that Mr. Sapir would undertake efforts to indicate the house to those that could also be ” in buying the property, his lawyer, Jason Marks of Kluger Kaplan, stated in a press release to TRD. “This rings notably true given Ms. Sapir’s public efforts by her to deprive Mr. Sapir from coming into his own residence to spend time together with his youngsters.”
The movement additionally asks the court docket to require that Alex Sapir pay his spouse’s lawyer’s charges and prices associated to the matter. Yanina’s lawyer, Robert Olshan, didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.
The fashionable, 7,300-square-foot Venetian Islands home was in-built 2018 by former Components One driver turned spec house developer Eddie Irvine. An organization linked to the Sapirs paid $17.3 million for the 0.4-acre property the yr the home was accomplished.
That and the adjoining house instantly north are each owned by a belief in Yanina Sapir’s title. The belief acquired the smaller, older house in December 2021 for simply over $11 million, and it has been available on the market with prime Miami Seashore dealer Dora Puig since in regards to the time Yanina filed for divorce. It is asking about $14 million.
The movement alleges that Alex’s actions violate the so-called “established order order,” which states that neither partner will “conceal, harm nor get rid of any asset, whether or not collectively or individually owned.”
Yanina initially filed a movement in June of final yr to request unique use and possession of the property, however didn’t pursue a listening to after Alex assured her he would comply and not using a court docket order, in keeping with the filings.
Sapir has confronted different authorized battles with household. In November, Sapir and his ex-brother-in-law of his, Rotem Rosen, settled their yearslong dispute after a New York decide dismissed Rosen’s claims. They included that Rosen was owed $103 million from Tamir Sapir’s property for his job as CEO of the household’s actual property empire throughout the monetary disaster. The ruling decide gave Sapir the clear higher hand in negotiations, however phrases and particulars of their settlement weren’t disclosed.