ORLANDO — A successor-in-interest is suing Norberto Leon, a borrower, citing alleged breach of contract.
Troy Capital LLC filed a complaint on Jan. 2 in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida-Orange County against Norberto Leon alleging that he defaulted on his obligation to make payments due.
According to the complaint, Troy Capital alleges that Leon entered into a written agreement financed by plaintiff's predecessor-in-interest. After Leon defaulted on his obligation to make payments, the plaintiff's predecessor-in-interest took possession of the collateral securing the debt and disposed of it in a commercially reasonable manner. After applying the net proceeds of the sale of the collateral, a deficiency balance of $19,476.20 remains due and owing.
The plaintiff holds Norberto Leon responsible because despite demand for payment, he allegedly failed to make the necessary payment.
The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment against the defendant for $19,476.20, plus costs of court and all such other and further relief to which it may be justly entitled. It is represented by Jonathan R. Singer and Richard Weissman of O&L Law Group PL in Tampa.
9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida - Orange County Case number 19-CA-000054