Or celebrate birthdays, mothers day or Halloween, Christmas and Easter. But they do believe in lawyers and lawsuits
A group of Jehovah’s Witnesses that rented property in
Pacific Grove for nearly 50 years is suing its landlords, alleging they broke the terms of a longstanding agreement by not allowing it to purchase the property.
The congregation contends that in March, the owners in-
formed them they had decided to sell the property for $1 million cash.
While the Jehovah’s Witnesses said they would purchase it,
the owners sold it to Hayward Lumber instead.
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Out of town owners of houses turned into motels cry over resident’s wishes to remain residents.
Now represented by attorneys Timothy Sandefur, Christina Sandefur and Matthew R. Miller of the Phoenix-based Goldwater Institute, the couples’ suit names Mayor Bill Kampe and council members Robert Huitt, Ken Cuneo, Rudy Fischer, Cynthia Garfield, Bill Peake and Nick Smith as plaintiffs.
When this latest suit was filed in the Monterey Superior Court last week, of note was the page dedicated to it on the Goldwater Institute’s website, addressing how “home-sharing” has long been a way of life in Pacific Grove.
But P.G. resident and member of Pacific Grove Neighbors United Luke Coletti pointed to the distinction behind home-sharing and short-term rentals.
“Despite what the Goldwater Institute is claiming, the plaintiffs are not involved in Home Sharing,” said Coletti. “Instead, they operate an un-hosted whole-house short-term vacation rental (mini-motel). The lawsuit errs in conflating the two.”
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Kato Corner Store.
Alagheband’s shop is the first complaint Ho has filed in Monterey County, he’s a veteran at suing businesses for alleged ADA violations. At one point, Ho had about 300 lawsuits pending in Los Angeles County, according to the Orange County Register. And the disabled man sued about 80 businesses in the San Jose area in 2012 after determining they had inadequate parking or access for the disabled, according to a February 2014 news story in the San Jose Mercury News.
Lighthouse Avenue Store Sued Over Disabled Access
Dog lovers, sheeshe.
“The actions and inactions of Donald Armstrong were grossly negligent, wanton, indifferent to humanity ….” according to Ospina’s lawsuit.
But in a court declaration in April, Bazan provided possible reason her father didn’t intervene, calling the 81-year-old “senile” with “diminishing reasoning abilities and slower thought processes.”
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