SAN FRANCISCO – A San Francisco woman alleges she was not conveyed an interest in a property per the terms of an agreement.
Natasha Khoruzhenko filed a complaint on Dec. 6 in the San Francisco Superior Court against Olegs Pimenovs and Does 1-10 citing constructive trust and declaratory relief.
According to the complaint, in 2008 the defendant and plaintiff entered into a verbal agreement to start a family and create a partnership to invest in real estate. The suit states the agreement stated that the plaintiff and the defendant would share title to the property and share proceeds from its sale equally.
The suit states in November 2009, the plaintiff located a residence on Palo Alto Avenue in San Francisco, the defendant financed it, and the parties opened a joint bank account. The plaintiff alleges she began remodeling and rehabilitating the property.
The plaintiff alleges in May 2011, the defendant told her he was no longer interested in having a family but wanted to continue the partnership.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant has breached their agreement because he has failed and refused to transfer 50 percent ownership of the property.
The plaintiff seeks judgment for the defendant to convey to her a title to the property as a tenant in common, award of prejudgment interest, costs of suit, and such other and further relief as the court deems just and proper. She is represented by Jethro S. Busch and Stephanie A. Foster of Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners PC in San Francisco.
San Francisco Superior Court case number CGC18571887