Court Receiver Sues Convenience Store Operator Guru Enterprises
In a case filed in the District Court, the court appointed receiver in CRE Venture vs. Grewals, Michael L. Forche has sued Guru Enterprises Inc. and Amanspreet Bains for the default on a commercial lease.
Now defunct Community Bank of Nevada made a loan of over $3.15 million to Grewals. They were in default and court appointed a receiver to operate, manage, preserve and maintain the property, now occupied by Guru Enterprises.
The property in question, located at 7730 South Jones Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, is a convenience store and gas station including a car wash on a .92 acre lot. As per the law suit, the original lease was signed by Narinder Singh, Pritpal Gill and Harminder Enterprises. They assigned the lease to Guru Enterprises.
The complaint alleges that Guru Enterprises owes over $37,000 in delinquent rent, over $43,000 in outstanding real property taxes and over $4,000 in association dues. Due to the non-payment, owners association caused a lien to be placed on property while Clark County Treasurer is now in title.
Court appointed receiver is demanding a judgment against Guru Enterprises for the breaching the terms of lease. Guru Enterprise is being asked by the receiver the amount of delinquent rent, real property taxes, and property owner’s assessment along with the interest on the outstanding amount.