Adams District Court
Trans Lease Inc. v. Brown’s Trees & More LLC; Andrew R. Brown; and Jennifer L. Brown
Plaintiff says defendant has breached the terms of an agreement, having failed to make monthly payments of $5,284.80, and seeks judgment of $87,832.02.
Attorneys: Harry L. Simon
Trans Lease Inc. v. Ricketts Trucking LLC; Michael J. Ricketts; and Karen M. Hansen
Plaintiff says defendant leased four trailers and has failed to remit payments, owing damages of $119,676.53, plus costs of repossession.
Attorneys: Harry L. Simon
Arapahoe District Court
Columbine Valley LLC v. Luis De La Rionda and Grow Big or Grow Home
Plaintiff says on/about July 21, 2015, defendant entered into a shopping center lease at 5856 S. Lowell Boulevard, Unit 26, Littleton, the term to expire Dec. 12, 2020. In/around November 2019, defendant closed the store, vacating and abandoning the premises, and has failed to pay rent since that time. Plaintiff seeks damages to be determined at trial.
Attorneys: Douglas W. Brown and Drew P. Fein of Brown Dunning Walker Fein
Denver District Court
Baker Studios LLC d/b/a Baker Architects v. The Archdiocese of Denver and St. Vincent De Paul Church
Plaintiff says it performed certain work and improvements on 2375 E. Arizona Ave., Denver, beginning December 2020, and since April 22, 2021, despite numerous demands, defendant has failed to pay invoices due of no less than $29,145. Plaintiff seeks a money judgment against all monetary loss, a decree that plaintiff has a first lien on the property, and treble damages as appropriate.
Attorneys: Thomas P. Howard and Van Aaron Hughes of Thomas P. Howard
Douglas District Court
Independent Bank v. Mainstreet Pier LLC; Rick Hill; and Michael O. May
Plaintiff says defendant is in breach of a construction loan agreement dated July 26, 2018, as evidenced by a promissory note, having failed to timely pay monthly interest of $55,320.91 due June 26, July 26, Aug. 26, Sept. 26, and Oct. 26, 2020, and Jan. 26, and March 26, 2021, and having failed to timely pay real estate taxes owing in 2020.
As of Sept. 8, 2021, plaintiff says damages are due of at least $11,731,503.88, and it seeks the appointment of a receiver.
Attorneys: John F. Young and Peter Q. Murphy of Markus Williams Young & Hunsicker
Thunderbird Water and Sanitation District v. The Lambert Ranch Association Inc.; Valley Development Group LLC; Roxborough Water and Sanitation District f/k/a Roxborough Park Metropolitan District; Tena Poljanec; Board of County Commissioners of Douglas County; and David Gill, as Douglas County Treasurer
Eminent domain. Plaintiff requires access to defendants’ property to maintain water for the Lambert Ranch Project.
Attorneys: Donald M. Ostrander, Richard F. Rodriguez and Elizabeth D. Rubinstein of Hamre, Rodriguez, Ostrander & Dingess