Monday, May 23, 2016

Trump's World-Famous South Florida Golf Course Faces June 28 Lien Foreclosure Sale After Paint Supplier Claims It Was Stiffed Out Of $30K+

In Miami, Florida, the Miami Herald reports:
  • Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Jorge Cueto has ordered the Donald Trump-controlled company that owns the Trump National Doral Miami golf club to pay a paint supply company $34,863.92 by June 28 or face the forced sale in auction of the world-famous property.

    Trump bought the property in 2012 for $150 million. But, according to records, Cueto has already filed the paperwork for a 9 a.m. foreclosure sale to the highest bidder June 28 at the main courthouse in downtown Miami.

    Trump’s spokesman didn’t return a call for comment.

    The billionaire GOP presidential frontrunner has been the target of dozens of liens from contractors hired for a major overhaul of Trump National.

    But, so far, only The Paint Spot, a paint supplier, actually acted on a lien with an attempt to foreclose.

    According to court records, The Paint Spot claims it’s been owed the money since 2014.

    At least, The Paint Spot knocked $76 from the total bill, according to records, for erroneously billing Trump for a step ladder.