HUNGTINGTON — A landscaping company is suing a Cabell County commercial property owner, alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
Helmstetler Enterprises Inc., doing business as Main Lawnscaping, filed a complaint in Cabell Circuit Court against Lex Hungtington LP and/or West Virginia Commercial LLC, alleging failure to tender remaining payment of more than $12,000 for work performed by the plaintiff.
According to the complaint, on March 30, 2017, Main Lawnscaping entered into an agreement for contracting work wherein it would provide its services and be paid on a monthly rate by the defendant spread over the year.
On Oct. 1, 2017, the suit says, Lex Huntington notified Main Lawnscaping in a final invoice that the company intended to terminate the contract but, the plaintiff said, based on the services it performed the defendant still had a remaining balance of $12,087.50.
The plaintiff alleges Lex Huntington and/or West Virginia Commercial have failed to properly compensate Main Lawnscaping for the work performed after it decided to terminate the contract.
Main Lawnscaping seeks trial by jury, judgment for $12,087.50, plus additional damages, attorney fees, court costs and all other just and proper relief. It is represented by attorney Abraham J. Saad of Saad Dixon Law Offices PLLC in Huntington.
Cabell Circuit Court case number 18-C-537