MOUNDSVILLE – A Cameron business is alleged to have defaulted on a loan and the lender is seeking possession of a truck as collateral.
Ally Financial Inc. filed a complaint in Marshall Circuit Court against Q&M Construction Inc. and Timothy S. McCurdy alleging failure to pay.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that the defendants are indebted to plaintiff in the amount of $20,513.83, plus finance charges and interest. The suit states the defendants granted a security interest in the collateral with a 2012 Dodge Ram Truck.
The plaintiff holds Q&M Construction Inc. and McCurdy responsible because the defendants allegedly failed and refused to surrender possession of the Dodge Ram Truck after defaulting on the loan.
The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendants for the sum of $20,513.83, plus finance charges and interest, immediate possession of the property, monetary damages, costs of court and all other relief to which plaintiff is entitled. It is represented by Mark J. McGhee and Thomas L. Canary Jr. of Reimer Law Co. in Louisville, Kentucky. The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Jeffrey Cramer.
Marshall Circuit Court Case number 17-C-258