PINEVILLE – A Bridgeport company is suing an Oceana hardware store owner, alleging services and good rendered but not paid for.
Norandex Building Distributions Inc. filed a lawsuit July 29 in Wyoming Circuit Court, against Dixon Pro Hardware and owner Jack Robertson, alleging non-payment.
According to the complaint, Norandex provided goods and services of $13,000 over several months in 2012, as evidenced by the paperwork filed. The plaintiff alleges to have repeatedly tried to contact and obtain said funds from Robinson, to no avail.
Norandex seeks reimbursement for said amount, plus interest of $114.69 to date and future interest up to the court date and until all monies are paid at the rate of 7 percent per year, plus legal costs and attorney fees. It is represented by attorney Christopher J. McCarthy of Booth & McCarthy in Bridgeport.
The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Warren McGraw.
Wyoming Circuit Court case number 15-C-154.