Wembley, whose parent is based in London, built the club and nowis seeking $400,000 in back rent from CPR.

Ty Howard, the new president and CEO of Wembley, currently isseeking a buyer or a tenant for the building that was built to looklike an old-style English men'sclub.

"We have not seen any claim filed recently regarding theColorado Private Reserve and, therefore, we cannot offer a specificresponse to it,'' Howardsays. ''As we've stated previously,Wembley, as the landlord of the property leased by the club,offered CPR management an opportunity for full payment toavoideviction after the club defaulted on rent payments in excessof$360,000. Subsequently, club management voluntarily vacated theproperty andturned it over to Wembley. When Wembley received thebuilding, a number ofutilities, equipment lease companies, vendors,and maintenance serviceproviders came forward to state that theyhad not received payment oninvoices from the club for manymonths.''

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