Non-profit alleges terminal services company owes nearly $74,000

By Philip Gonzales | Oct 28, 2016

KEYSER — A non-profit railroad company is suing a Texas terminal services business, alleging breach of contract in owing nearly $74,000 to the plaintiff.

KEYSER — A non-profit railroad company is suing a Texas terminal services business, alleging breach of contract in owing nearly $74,000 to the plaintiff.

Western Maryland Scenic Railroad filed a lawsuit Sept. 30 in Mineral Circuit Court against The Catalpa Falls Group LLC of San Antonio, alleging failure to comply with their contractual agreement.

According to the complaint, in March 2013, Western Maryland entered into a contract with Catalpa Falls to conduct repair and improvements on a certain rails belonging to the defendant. The suit says the outstanding balance due for the repair work and maintenance of $65,800 and for storage of equipment of $8,100 is still unpaid. 

The plaintiff alleges that despite written demands, the defendant has failed to make payments in a timely and/or complete manner.

Western Maryland Scenic Railroad seeks trial by jury, judgment of $73,900, pre- and post-judgment interest and court costs, possession of the rail equipment and to sell the equipment to satisfy the defendant's lien and outstanding amount due. The plaintiff is represented by attorney Ramon Rozas III of Friend & Rozas LLC in Cumberland, Maryland.

Mineral Circuit Court Case number 16-c-75

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