ORLANDO — An Orlando home dealer is suing tenants, alleging breach of contract.
LSC Mobile Sales Inc. filed a complaint Jan. 23 in Orange County Circuit Court against Christal D. Chappelear, Shawn E. Chappelear and an unknown tenant, alleging the defendants breached the promissory note and security agreement by defaulting on payments.
According to the complaint, on Nov. 10, 2017, LSC Mobile Sales Inc. entered into a promissory note and security agreement with the defendants in occupying a certain property on Scranton Avenue in Orlando. However, the suit says, LSC Mobile Sales says it is entitled to possession of the subject property because the defendants have defaulted in paying the balance of the purchase price of the Orlando property.
The plaintiff alleges the defendants defaulted under the terms of the agreement by failing to make the payments as required.
LSC Mobile Sales seeks trial by jury, damages of more than $15,000, the right to sell any personal property, costs of litigation, an issuance of a writ of replevin and writ of possession from the clerk and of the court for immediate possession of the property. It is represented by attorney Harrison Smalbach of Padgett Law Group in Tallahassee.
Orange County Circuit Court case number 19-CA-000966