Logan County landlord accuses tenant, guarantors of unpaid rent

By Lhalie Castillo | Apr 16, 2018

LOGAN — A Logan landlord is suing tenants, alleging breach of a lease agreement and unjust enrichment.

LOGAN — A Logan landlord is suing tenants, alleging breach of a lease agreement and unjust enrichment.

G&M Enterprise filed a complaint March 13 in Logan Circuit Court against Dr. Steven Melek DPM and John Doe Corporation, alleging they intentionally failed to perform their contractual obligations by not paying rent.

According to the complaint, Melek agreed to rent G&M's premises at 17 Main Ave. in Logan. The suit says from March 1, 2017, through March 1, 2018, the defendants have accumulated a total unpaid rent of $19,500 that remains due and owning. 

The plaintiff alleges the defendants knowingly made use of the premises without paying rent.

G & M Enterprises seeks trial by jury, an order granting the plaintiff possession of the property and requiring the defendant to vacate the premises, $19,500 for unpaid rent, plus interest, litigation costs and all further relief the court deems just and equitable. It is represented by attorneys Steven S. Wolfe and J. Christopher White of Wolfe, White & Associates in Logan.

Logan Circuit Court case number 18-C-71

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