Huling/GEE eviction lawsuit: They’re talking

We’re into the second week of idleness for the ex-GEE/ex-Huling dealerships along Fauntleroy. Since the Gees had till today to answer the eviction lawsuit filed by the Hulings, we checked with the Hulings’ lawyer to see what was going on. geehulingicon.jpgRandall Beighle of Lane Powell tells WSB that instead of an official hearing, he met informally this afternoon with Ryan Gee, and that they are in the process of coming up with an agreement for when the Gees will vacate the dealerships. Beighle says this would mean they’ll avoid a court fight over when the Gees will depart, though he also reiterates these talks have no bearing on the other lawsuit, filed by the Gees against the Hulings. He says the Gees hope to keep possession of the lots till the end of next month. As for another question many have asked — what’s the Huling family’s plan for the dealership sites? — Beighle says the Hulings are not currently marketing the properties and are still deciding what to do next.

3 Replies to "Huling/GEE eviction lawsuit: They're talking"

  • Joe October 17, 2007 (8:59 am)

    If the Hulings need any ideas as to what to do next:

  • tom October 17, 2007 (4:19 pm)

    It sad that Steve refused to let the new owners that were buying the stores from Gee assume the lease on the property and put all the employees back to work? Doesn’t make a bit of sense does it?

  • t October 18, 2007 (11:51 am)

    I heard that at least a portion of the dealership property (along Fauntleroy, south of the gas station) is not owned by Huling (the Hulings were subleasing that plot to Gee) and that the actual owner is interested in selling.

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