WINFIELD -- Graybar Electric is suing A.F.C. Electric after it claims it breached its contract and failed to pay for electrical goods.
On Dec. 20, 2009, A.F.C. signed a credit application including terms of sale with Graybar, according to a complaint filed Aug. 8 in Putnam Circuit Court.
Graybar claims A.F.C. agreed to pay Graybar for the purchase of materials for various job sites, including Huntington Bank-Huntington, Huntington Bank-Barboursville and Huntington Bank-Lavalette.
Pursuant to an invoice in March, A.F.C. was billed $10,495, which was the remaining portion of the original invoice form $29,951.36, which the company has failed to pay, according to the suit.
Graybar claims A.F.C. breached its contract by failing to pay for the electrical goods.
The defendant's conduct also breached its obligation and duty of good faith and fair dealing, according to the suit.
Graybar is seeking $20,930.22 for damages resulting from the breach of contract with pre- and post-judgment interest. It is being represented by Vivian H. Basdekis and David Allen Barnette.
Putnam Circuit Court case number: 11-C-216
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