JACKSONVILLE — A Jacksonville company is suing an Ohio windows business, alleging breach of contract for not paying repairs estimated at $110,000.
6600 Suemac Place LLC filed a lawsuit Nov. 9 in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida Jacksonville Division against POMA Glass and Specialty Windows Inc. alleging breach of its duty and lack of good faith and fair dealing.
According to the complaint, on June 30, 2014, 6600 Suemac Place purchased the Jacksonville property and became the owner and landlord for the property leased by the defendant, thereby assuming all obligations as landlord under the lease when the defendant vacated the premises. The suit says the plaintiff noted damages for which POMA was responsible for fixing under the lease agreement.
The lawsuit alleges POMA refuses to tender payment for repairs estimated at $110,000.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant breached the terms of the lease by refusing to pay for undisputed repairs, refused to remove the alterations and/or improvements it made to the property, and caused delay to the plaintiff in leasing the property to a new tenant until repairs can be made.
6600 Suemac Place seeks trial by jury, judgment for damages of at least $110,000, court costs and attorney fees, plus all the court deems just. It is represented by attorney Allison Blake of Ford, Miller & Wainer PA in Jacksonville Beach.
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida Case Jacksonville District number 16-cv-01417