The usual lease defaults, plus a fight for $3 million over interests in a 53-acre property and a tussle with a flight school over planes.
An architect claims it didn’t get paid for designing a Denver hotel, and a home builder sues a fire protection district for refusing to serve its subdivision.
John Elway’s insurer sues a subcontractor over a fire in his home, a firm seeks $3.7 million for unpaid work in Rio de Janeiro, and a pot grower sues his landlord for not fixing the roof.
A $2.4 million dispute over airport parking. An apartment complex seeks $157,000 paid for improvements never made. A condo owner sues over a noisy elevator.
Lennar’s claim that a district owes millions for Amber Creek subdivision infrastructure and a family fight over a Routt County ranch top this week’s docket.
Landlords sue for rent, and a developer claims it lost $2 million and title to a shopping center because a property manager failed to pay property taxes.
Lots of landlords sue over back rent due but several suits seek relief over equipment and truck leases.
Lawsuits this week include a retention pond that leaked fracking water in Watkins and a promissory note for property purchases in Estes Park.
Simon Property Group sued Regal Cinemas and United Artists for $2 million in unpaid rent on movie theaters at Colorado Mills and Denver West Village. Plus MusclePharm gets sued for missed rent on a warehouse. Paid BusinessDen Members can see all the local real estate disputes.
Landlords and lessees fight over improvements, a contractor looks to get paid, and a couple bought a home they say is defective.