WINFIELD – Rish Equipment Company is suing Frasure Creek Mining, LLC, after it claims it has failed and refused to pay nearly $200,000 for goods and services.
At the defendant’s request, Rish sold and delivered goods and/or provided services to Frasure from June 2011 through January 2012, according to a complaint filed Jan. 4 in Putnam Circuit Court.
Rish claims Frasure failed and refused to pay for the materials.
Pursuant to the agreement between Rish and Frasure, Rish sold and delivered goods and/or provided services to Frasure. However, Frasure breached the terms of the agreement by failing and refusing to pay, according to the suit.
Rish claims Frasure has been unjustly enriched in the amount of $196,463.47 by failing and refusing to pay for the goods sold and delivered and/or services provided.
The defendant failed and refused to pay for goods sold and delivered and/or services provided and is owed the principal sum of $154,910.30, plus interest in the amount of $41,533.41 since February, according to the suit.
Rish is seeking damages in the amount of $196,463.47 with pre- and post-judgment interest. The company is being represented by Ryan S. Marsteller.
Putnam Circuit Court case number: 13-C-3
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