John Deere says company owes $14K for track loader

By Annie Cosby | Nov 5, 2014

FAYETTEVILLE – A company is suing over claims a Fayette County company is in default on payments for the purchase of a track loader.

John Deere Construction and Forestry Company filed a lawsuit Oct. 14 in Fayette Circuit Court against Mountain Energy Holdings and John G. Janney.

According to the complaint, the defendants purchased a $52,000 John Deere compact track loader July 1, 2011, and $45,000 was financed by John Deere, the debt being secured by a purchase-money security interest. The complaint states the defendants have been in default on payments since Oct. 1, 2013, currently owing more than $13,900.

John Deere seeks the balance owed, possession of the loader and attorney fees. It is represented by attorney W. Bradley Sorrells of Robinson & McElwee in Charleston.

Fayette Circuit Court case number: 14-C-294(H)

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