COLORADO – HOA tries unusual method to serve downtown couple

aspendailynews.com:  HOA tries unusual method to serve downtown couple
Condo association: Husband and wife are ducking lawsuit
By Chad Abraham
July 25, 2014
A local condominium association that is trying to sue a couple who garnered headlines in recent months for calling in scores of noise complaints about businesses on Aspen’s Restaurant Row wants their name in the newspaper again. Because Natalia Shvachko and Michael Sedoy are allegedly ducking service of the lawsuit by 308 E. Hopkins Condominiums Association, running a newspaper ad with the legal summons is the only way the suit can be served, according to a court filing.The condo association filed its lawsuit against the couple in March, alleging that they owe nearly $8,000 for common expenses assessed to individual condo owners. But the HOA’s attorneys, Richard Cummins and John Lassalette, have not yet been able to actually serve notice of the lawsuit on the couple.  Read more:

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