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GCIC prepared to take GEC to court

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Guam Capital Investment Corporation president Steffen Niu says his company is prepared to file a suit if the Guam Election Commission continues to ignore a notice of eviction issued last week.  

In a written response to KUAM News, Niu said he'd "prefer the GEC to remain as a tenant in good standing, but the historic reality is that their rent is not paid timely, and GCIC has already spent $30,000 in collection efforts in the past two and a half years."

The GEC hasn't responded to GCIC's offer of signing a six-month lease with the rent paid up front. Right now it's not scheduled for discussion next Wednesday.

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