WINFIELD -- Beam Blasting is suing Carbonoks after it claims it supplied labor and materials and did not receive payment for its services.
Beam Blasting owns a building in Putnam County and rents part of it to the defendant, according to a complaint filed April 27 in Putnam Circuit Court.
The company claims it also supplied labor and materials for the defendant from time to time, according to the suit. Beam Blasting claims Carbonoks is liable for back rent and for non-payment of invoices related to supplies and labor in the amount of $69,600.
Carbonoks' lease was terminated due to non-payment of rent, according to the suit.
Beam Blasting is seeking judgment in the amount of $69,600, and ejectment from the premises pursuant to a terminated lease. It is being represented by Raymond G. Dodson.
The case has been assigned to O.C. Spaulding.
Putnam Circuit Court case number: 10-C-154
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