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Friday, March 23, 2012

Los Cerritos Community News Investigation Results in Assessor Noguez Subpoena

Los Cerritos Community News Investigation Results in Assessor Noguez Subpeona


Los Cerritos Community News Investigation Results In Assessor Noguez Subpoena
ASSESSOR HEADING TO COURT.....
Note: Los Cerritos Community Newspaper has done it again! Not a good day in the Kenny Hahn Hall of Administration....trust me on this one...


BY RANDY ECONOMY AND BRIAN HEWS
Los Angeles County Assessor John R. Noguez has been subpoenaed to appear in a Downtown Los Angeles courtroom on April 16 regarding a case involving one of his biggest campaign contributors-Encino businessman Ramin Salari-Los Cerritos Community Newspaper has learned exclusively.
Noguez was served with the subpoena late Thursday afternoon at his office located inside the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration in Los Angeles at the behest of San Diego attorney Jason Saccuzzo of the law firm Vivoli Saccuzzo, LLP.
The case revolves around Salari and his Nevada based company, Assessment Appeals, LLC., and a Los Angeles couple Robert and Hersel Neman who contracted with his company in 2010 regarding the reassessment of properties located at the 800 block of Harvard Avenue, as well as the 3400 block of West Eighth Street, both in Los Angeles. Saccuzzo is representing the Nemans.
Salari is seeking damages for a “failure to make payment” on a commission for obtaining an “alleged reduction” of property taxes as allowed under a voter passed imitative known as Proposition 8.
In a demurrer filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on October 18, Saccuzzo argued that since Salari did not possess any kind of advanced degree, such as a CPA license or a Doctorate of Jurisprudence, that he was not qualified to argue cases in front of the Assessor Appeals Board.

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