PCMR asks judge to postpone signing any eviction order
Park City Mountain Resort on Thursday requested a 3rd District Court judge postpone signing any eviction order against the resort should he grant a motion by Talisker Land Holdings, LLC seeking to remove PCMR from most of the terrain underlying the resort.
Judge Ryan Harris has already ruled in favor of the landowner in the critical parts of the case, which centers on PCMR’s lease of Talisker Land Holdings, LLC acreage. Harris earlier ruled the lease expired in 2011 and he has issued a series of other rulings in favor of the Talisker Land Holdings, LLC side. The PCMR side has indicated it would appeal.
PCMR’s filing on Thursday says the resort wants the judge to use a "measured and sensible approach" to the rest of the case. The filing seeks:
- the postponement of the signing of an eviction order until Talisker Land Holdings, LLC’s claims for rent and damages against the PCMR side are decided
- the postponement of a hearing about the manner of the enforcement of an eviction order until an appeal is finished
- a stay in the execution of an eviction order if the judge signs one
Talisker Land Holdings, LLC has said it would require PCMR to leave the disputed terrain within 60 days if the judge signs the eviction order, known legally as an order of restitution.
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