Kroll vs. Incline Village General Improvement District, et al.

Def WEINBERGER's Response to Request for Admissions (first set)


This defendant, who is a lawyer, denies historical knowledge of municipalities in the segregationist south transferring their public properties to private ownership to avoid integration laws; claims "I do not know what is meant by the phrase 'public with restricted access," apparently because the correct phrase should have been "public with restrictions"; refuses to admit that "defending the property rights of those residents of the District who claim exclusive access to the District's Beach Properties requires that you reject the claim by those residents of the District who are excluded from the Beach Properties"; and refuses to admit that the Plaintiff "is a bona fide resident of IVGID" because he is not sure "what is meant by the phrase" and finds it ambiguous. Among other things.

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Reference Info:Federal, 9th Circuit, Nevada | United States

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