Low-income residents ask judge for class-action status in lawsuit1 min read
Almost two years after residents of Mint Urban Infinity sued to have access to reliable elevators and air conditioning in their apartment buildings, four renters of the Glendale complex were in court Thursday, asking a Denver District Court judge to certify them as a class to collectively sue their landlord Cardinal Group Management.
The residents have been filing complaints for years about issues such as cockroaches and bed bug infestations, overflowing trash, backed up plumbing systems, broken elevators and malfunctioning door locks. Now they’re asking to be reimbursed for illegal move-out fees deducted from their security deposits, for unlawful move-in fees of more than $185 each, and for pest-control services and attorney’s fees.
The main plaintiffs — Brandon…
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