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Fisker’s landlord says pay rent or get out

April 12, 2013


The landlord of electric car startup Fisker Automotive has filed a lawsuit this week that alleges that Fisker has to pay its April rent on its property in Anaheim, California or leave the premises. In a lawsuit filed in the Superior Court in Orange County, California (embedded below) on April 10, landlord WWG Canyon Corporate Owner says that Fisker owes it $174K for rent for the month of April.

The landlord says Fisker has 5 days to pay or they’ll be evicted. Fisker entered into the lease on December 10, 2010. According to Reuters Fisker could declare bankruptcy as soon as this week. If Fisker isn’t paying its bills, it certainly looks to be getting closer to filing BK. The company laid off 75 percent of its staff last week and was then served with a class action lawsuit for allegedly failing to give those employees 60 days (the WARN…

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