Aspen Skiing Co. wins court case |

Aspen Skiing Co. wins court case

ASPEN – A district judge has ordered the former owners of the Ullrhof Restaurant to pay $40,178 in back rent and $6,384 in court fees to the Aspen Skiing Co.

Pitkin County District Judge’s ruling, made Jan. 18, comes after the Skico filed a court complaint seeking to evict on the on-mountain eatery, located at the Snowmass ski area, in June 2009.

The Skico, which owns the Ullrhof building, subsequently took over the restaurant and converted it into a burger joint. It’s still called the Ullrhof.

The Skico’s complaint alleged previous owners of the Ullrhof owed rent from Feb. 1, 2009 through the end of the 2009 ski season.

Boyd’s ruling also states that the previous owners will have to pay an interest rate of 11.25 percent per annum from the date of the judgment.

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