A New Jersey-based financial company is looking to recoup nearly $ 700,000 from a private Vermont ski club after it defaulted on a lease. A default judgment for a writ of attachment was ordered in Hartford, Connecticut on Nov. 28. The Brattleboro Reformer reports the Hermitage Club and its founder Jim Barnes failed to plea and did not present a defense against NEC Financial Services LLC. The club has faced a myriad of financial problems, including the foreclosure of properties like its private ski resort and golf course this year.

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