Aimco is taking this action after the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California dismissed a lawsuit that the company filed against Airbnb in February 2017, after Airbnb ignored.
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A separate lawsuit Aimco filed against Airbnb in Florida is still pending. "We are standing up for the rights of our company and our residents who want and expect to live in peaceful, quiet residential communities," said Aimco Executive Vice President of Operations Keith Kimmel .
Apartment Investment and Management Company AIV, better known as Aimco, lodged an amended and intensified complaint against Airbnb in the Superior Court of California. The Denver, CO-based.
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A Los Angeles federal judge has tossed out an Aimco lawsuit against San Francisco-based Airbnb. Aimco sued Airbnb in early 2017, saying the short-term rental platform was responsible for tenants.
While Airbnb has mounted legal challenges and faced legislation from major cities such as New York City and San Francisco, this is the first time that a landlord has sued the company, according to.
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Airbnb Faces Mega-Landlord Aimco’s Ire Over Partying Tourists. "Despite losing the exact same claims in a California federal court last year, and being denied its demand for an injunction in Florida, Aimco has continued to pursue its anti-tenant policies in this copycat case in Florida," Airbnb spokesman Christopher Nulty said in a statement.
A Denver apartment company said it’s scored a victory against Airbnb and "transient vacationers" in Florida Apartment Investment and Management Company (NYSE: AIV and "Aimco") said the Miami-Dade.
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A Denver apartment company said it’s keeping up its fight against online short-term real estate rental company Airbnb in Florida. Apartment Investment and Management Company (Aimco) accused Airbnb.
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