PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia university is seeking restitution connected to the alleged breach of contract committed by a student in not repaying two promissory notes, pursuant to which he was advanced $2,120.00 as a Federal Perkins Loan.
Temple University filed suit on Jan. 19 in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, against Cory D. Dolin of Philadelphia.
“Although demand has been made repeatedly, the defendant refused to pay the balance due, as set forth above or any portion thereof,” the complaint reads.
According to the agreement, the defendant consented to pay the plaintiff’s legal costs for collecting this sum, which have accrued in this matter. Through the failure to repay the promissory notes, the plaintiff believes the defendant committed breach of contract.
The plaintiff is seeking $1,658.62, plus attorney’s fees, interest from the date of judgment and anticipated court costs of $413.48.
The plaintiff is represented by J. Scott Watson in Glen Mills.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 170102674
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