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Cape Coral Self-Storage Facility Puts Lawsuit on Hold, Files Bankruptcy

Community Self Storage, which filed a lawsuit against the City of Cape Coral, Fla., in 2006, filed for bankruptcy on two weeks ago, putting its lawsuit on hold.

March 2, 2009

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Cape Coral Self-Storage Facility Puts Lawsuit on Hold, Files Bankruptcy

Community Self Storage, which filed a lawsuit against the City of Cape Coral, Fla., in 2006, filed for bankruptcy on two weeks ago, putting its lawsuit on hold. After receiving a bill for $150,000 in sewer, water and irrigation assessment fees, the company’s owner filed the suit claiming the city’s utility-assessment methods were unfair. The judge could dismiss the case after a year if Community Self Storage doesn't move ahead with it. If the company cannot pay the utility bill in question, the fees will be tacked onto the property as a lien.
 
Source: The News-Press (Ft. Myers, Fla., Southwest Florida), Storage company suing Cape Coral files for bankruptcy

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