Twitter sued for not paying San Francisco office rent

California Property Belief, the proprietor of the constructing that homes Twitter headquarters, is suing Elon Musk’s social media firm for failing to pay $136,250 in lease. In accordance with Bloomberg (through The Verge), the agency notified Twitter on December sixteenth that it will default on its lease for the thirtieth flooring of the Hartford Constructing, positioned at 650 California Avenue in San Francisco, if it didn’t pay its excellent lease inside 5 days. In a criticism filed this week with the San Francisco County Superior Court docket, California Property Belief stated Twitter did not adjust to the order.

In accordance with a December thirteenth New York Times report, Twitter had in current weeks stopped paying lease on all of its international workplaces to save lots of on prices. The corporate additionally faces a lawsuit for failing to pay $197,725 for constitution flights Musk took throughout his first week at Twitter. Over that very same time interval, Musk has reportedly introduced over “greater than half a dozen” legal professionals from SpaceX to bolster Twitter’s authorized staff.

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