Beam Blasting says Carbonoks owes more than $300,000

By Kyla Asbury | Nov 3, 2011

WINFIELD – Beam Blasting is suing Carbonoks, claiming the company has failed to pay more than $300,000 for rent and labor.

Beam Blasting is the owner of a building in Rock Branch Industrial Park and part of the building has been rented pursuant to a lease to the defendant, according to a complaint filed Oct. 13 in Putnam Circuit Court.

Beam Blasting claims in addition to rent, it also supplied labor and materials from time to time related to the defendant's operations.

Carbonoks is liable for back rent and for non-payment of invoices related to supplies and labor in the amount of $300,566.76, according to the suit.

Beam Blasting claims it has made demands for payment, but the defendant continues to refuse to make payments on the amount owed.

Due to non-payment of rent, Beam Blasting has terminated the lease and has impressed a landlord's lien upon personal property remaining on the leasehold, according to the suit.

Beam Blasting is seeking judgment in the monetary amount of $300,566.76; the ejectment from the premises to a terminated lease; that the plaintiff be granted a lien against the personal property of the defendant in an amount equal to money owed for rent; and other services and that the defendant be authorized to conduct a sale of the equipment, inventory, furnishings and other personal property located on the plaintiff's property and apply the proceeds of sale on the debt. It is being represented by Raymond G. Dodson.

The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Phillip Stowers.

Putnam Circuit Court case number: 11-C-294

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