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Re: “A Few Things to Know About V Modern Thai

Contrary to Dan Gibson's statements, he and Tucson Weekly chose not to print V Modern Thai's side of the story after V Modern Thai informed Tucson Weekly that it was fighting to stay open and pursuing legal remedies.

It's a simple matter that will be resolved by the parties, or played out in court.

The landlord and tenant signed a lease expressly providing for an abatement of rent if the demised premises become unfit for business by no fault of the tenant. ARS 33-343 also protects tenants and expressly states that a tenant is not obligated to pay rent if the demised premises become unfit for business thru no fault of the tenant.

In this instance, V Modern Thai is pursuing claims against the landlord and will show that Congress St and Stone St were closed, at the same time, from time to time, rendering V Modern Thai's demised premises unfit for business, by no fault of the tenant.

Tucson Weekly chose not to inform the public about these efforts and failed to print anything about legal remedies available to Tucson's merchants.

V Modern Thai is going to court to illustrate the damage caused by construction and street closures, and has retained experts and local counsel. V Modern Thai is represented by Harlow, Spainer & Heckele PLLC; and Holualoa is represented by Greg Good Law, at issue are remedies for Tucson merchants adversely impacted by construction and street closures.

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Posted by V Modern Thai on 05/08/2014 at 2:00 PM

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