This week’s plaintiffs claim they are owed for defaults on equipment and property leases and failures to pay for construction materials and renovation work.
A deceased man’s estate says fraudulent quit claim deeds were recorded for seven properties, plus several contractors claim they were stiffed.
Jefferson County restaurateurs square off in a shareholder suit alleging that $365,000 in Paycheck Protection Program loans is unaccounted for.
Subcontractors claim they were stiffed by builders, and one says it is owed nearly $1 million. A Mimi’s Café is accused of abandoning a Lakewood property.
A landlord in trying to collect $40K from a gym. Plus a Denver property owner sues Denver over a rejected roofing permit, calling the system “Kafkaesque.”
Architects claim the Archdiocese of Denver failed to pay for work done at a church and a bank seeks damages of $11.7 million over a construction loan.
A plaintiff claims an attorney provided negligent representation in a lease dispute during the pandemic. Several suits seek damages for unpaid equipment leases.
A subcontractor sues a landlord for unpaid construction at a Pearl Street tavern, plus claims that businesses owed rent and failed to pay for equipment.
A satellite company is accused of owing $788,000 for leasing Newmont Mining’s space in Greenwood Village and buying its equipment but not paying for it.
A slew of legal actions to recover money owed for leased equipment and failures to pay rent.