PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey-based syrup distributor believes a restaurant in Southwest Philadelphia and its owners/proprietors have breached an agreement for goods and services with the company, and now seek restitution through legal action.
Vineland Syrup, Inc of Philadelphia filed suit on June 15 in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, against Fusion Spice, LLC, Melinda Sanchez and Maurntee T. Toe, all of Philadelphia.
“At the special instance and request of the defendants, and pursuant to the written agreement between the parties, plaintiff sold and delivered to the defendants merchandise and services, on the dates, of the kinds, in the amounts and for the prices set forth in a true and correct copy of the contract,” the suit states.
“All the credits, if any, to which the defendants are entitled, leaving a principal balance due for merchandise, the contract balance and unreturned equipment of $10,771.71. The written agreement between the parties provides attorney’s fees of 33 percent, which plaintiff calculates to be $3,554.66, and which plaintiff avers is reasonable,” the suit further reads.
The plaintiff has made demand upon the defendant for payment of the amount due, but the defendants have failed and refused, and still refuse to pay the same or any part of there, according to the suit.
For breaches of contract and personal guaranty, the plaintiff is seeking damages in the amount of $14,326.37 plus attorney’s fees, interest and costs of suit in this matter.
The plaintiff is represented by Frederic I. Weinberg and Joel M. Flink of the Law Offices of Frederic I. Weinberg & Associates, in Conshohocken.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 170601653
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