The Docket: Real estate lawsuit roundup for 5.19.22

Adams District Court

 Trans Lease, Inc. v. J. Whatley Enterprises, LLC; Jeffrey Whatley; and Angela Whatley
Defendant failed to pay lease payments of $1,111.79 for a cargo van, and plaintiff asks judgment of $44,918.63 and costs of repossession.

Attorneys: Harry L. Simon

5/4/2022

22cv30537

Arapahoe District Court

BluSky Restoration Contractors, LLC v. Franklin Street Corporation d/b/a Black Horse Pub & Brewery
Plaintiff says it was hired to mitigate property damage and prepare a rebuild at the establishment in Clarksville, Tenn., but defendant has failed to honor its promised payments and the assignment of insurance monies. Plaintiff seeks to collect the $434,926.41 balance due.

Attorneys: Charles “Steve” Chapman Jr. of Rocky Mountain Litigator

Filed: 5/9/2022

22cv30818

Denver District Court

250 Steele LLC v. Revive Cherry Creek, LLC; William Kozek; and Sharon Kozek

Plaintiff says defendant leased retail property at 250 Steele St., Denver, beginning April 25, 2017, and is in arrears for rents accruing through Jan. 31, 2022, in the amount of $234,556.22.

Attorneys: Phillip A. Parrott and Kensi M. Mays of Campbell Killin Brittan & Ray

Filed: 5/11/2022

22cv31319

Sisters of Color United for Education d/b/a HEAL Denver v. ACM Park Hill JV VII LLC and Holleran Property Management & Development LLC
Contract interference and lease. Plaintiff says defendants forced them to make advanced rent payments, overbilled them for work, and allowed other tenants to use their space, and ask damages of at least $190,000.

Attorneys: Jerome DeHerrera and Aaron A. Boschee of Achieve Law Group

Filed: 5/11/2022

22cv31321

250 Steele LLC v. Amazing LS Cherry Creek LLC; Roy Lindfield; and Suzanne Lindfield
Plaintiff says defendants owe $57,460.51 on a retail lease agreement, dated May 20, 2017, for premises at 250 Steele St., Denver.

Attorneys: Phillip A. Parrott and Kensi M. Mays of Campbell Killin Brittan & Ray

Filed: 5/11/2022

22cv31322

250 Steele LLC v. T.T.; Iderbat Ganjargal; and Buyannemekh Baldrash
Lease. $55,000. 250 Steele Street, Suite 204, Denver, CO 80206.

Plaintiff says defendant leased retail property at 250 Steele St., Suite 204, Denver, beginning October 2018, and is in arrears for rents accruing through Jan. 31, 2022, in the amount of $55,796.11.

Attorneys: Phillip A. Parrott and Kensi M. Mays of Campbell Killin Brittan & Ray

Filed: 5/11/2022

22cv31324

El Paso District Court

Ascentium Capital LLC v. Global SignMart LLC and Michael J. Galvin
Plaintiff says defendant is in default for two equipment leases including Kyocera copiers, and seeks judgment of at least $130,893.67.

Attorneys: Jeremy D. Peck of Kutak Rock

Filed: 5/6/2022

22cv30778

Joseph Grosjean v. Vertical Fitness Inc.; City Rock LLC; Lara Hammerick a/k/a Lara Grosjean; and Hammerick Family Partnership Ltd.
Contract. Plaintiff and defendants dispute rights and titles to acquired properties, $1.1 million.

Attorneys: Gregory M. O’Boyle of Alpern Myers Stuart

Filed: 5/13/2022

22cv30820

Larimer District Court

China Telecom Global Limited v. Masterboxan Inc.

Plaintiff, a Hong Kong-based provider of information and communications technology, says defendant contracted for two orders of cloud services and was required to pay a monthly, recurring charge of $27,210 for the first order, and $54,420 for the second, for a contract term of 36 months beginning December 2020, and has failed to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $2,778,848.

Attorneys: Kyler K. Burgi of Davis Graham & Stubbs
Filed: 4/22/2022

22cv30282

Pawnee Leasing Corporation v. Akshar Hospitality Inc. d/b/a Ramada Inn; Prakashkumar Babaldas Patel a/k/a Prakash Patel; and Pratyushkumar Bhagubhai Patel a/k/a Pratyush B. Patel

Plaintiff says defendant owes $64,651.35 on an equipment lease.

Attorneys: Harry L. Simon

Filed: 4/26/2022

22cv30286

U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado

Smylie Inc. d/b/a Allegiant Roofing and Restoration

Chapter 7, Dennis Benoit, Jefferson County, estimated number of creditors 1-49; estimated assets $0-$50,000; estimated liabilities, $100,001 – $500,000.

Attorneys: Keri L. Riley of Kutner Brinen Dickey Riley

Filed: 5/13/2022

22-11708-JGR

Adams District Court

 Trans Lease, Inc. v. J. Whatley Enterprises, LLC; Jeffrey Whatley; and Angela Whatley
Defendant failed to pay lease payments of $1,111.79 for a cargo van, and plaintiff asks judgment of $44,918.63 and costs of repossession.

Attorneys: Harry L. Simon

5/4/2022

22cv30537

Arapahoe District Court

BluSky Restoration Contractors, LLC v. Franklin Street Corporation d/b/a Black Horse Pub & Brewery
Plaintiff says it was hired to mitigate property damage and prepare a rebuild at the establishment in Clarksville, Tenn., but defendant has failed to honor its promised payments and the assignment of insurance monies. Plaintiff seeks to collect the $434,926.41 balance due.

A contractor claims to be owed $435,000 for property damage mitigation at a pub, and a contract dispute erupts over titles to $1.1 million in property.

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