Merchant alleges unsettled account

By Carol Ostrow | Mar 30, 2015

KEYSER — A Mineral County retail and wholesale business has sued a landscaper to recover funds related to a 2014 business transaction.


KEYSER — A Mineral County retail and wholesale business has sued a landscaper to recover funds related to a 2014 business transaction.

Heritage Stone of Elk Garden, filed a recent lawsuit in Mineral Circuit Court against M&M Professional Landscaping Inc., alleging breach of contract in a monetary dispute.

According to the complaint, the defendant owes $6,058.75 for an order of miscellaneous stone products, and M&M has failed and refused to make payment despite the plaintiff’s repeated requests.

The suit states Heritage can itemize the materials incurring the defendant’s debt, including pallets of cobblestone and other products.

Heritage Stone seeks: reimbursement of the $6,058.75 sum; pre- and post-judgment interest; attorneys fees; costs; and general relief.

The business is represented by attorney Nelson M. Michael of Nelson M. Michael in Keyser.

Mineral Circuit Court case number: 15-C-23

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