Dragon sues over petroleum account

David Yates Oct. 23, 2007, 9:00am

John Seth Bullard

Dragon Products, Ltd. has filed suit against D.Q.G. Petroleum Services, Inc., seeking to recover more than $38,000 from a delinquent D.Q.G. Petroleum account.

Dragon Products' breach of contract lawsuit was filed in the Jefferson County District Court on Oct. 18. Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd Judicial District, will preside over the case.

According to the plaintiff's original petition, D.Q.G. Petroleum purchased four mud agitators from Dragon Products on account and accumulated a balance of $34, 000.00, which has been overdue since December 2006.

"Defendant has failed and refused to pay all amounts owed under the account," the suit said. "Defendant entered into a written agreement with Dragon Products that allows plaintiff to charge interest on overdue amounts. As of Sept. 30, 2007, $4,141.17 in interest was due and owed on the account."

Dragon Products is suing for the overdue account, interest, plus all court costs.

According to the company's Web site, Dragon Products is a group of companies which consist of Dragon Products, Dragon Rigs Sales and Service, Dragon Centrifugal Pumps Sales and Service, Tiger Offshore Rentals, Tiger Industrial Rentals, Tiger Safety, Modern Ag Products and MG Finance.

The company is represented by John Seth Bullard of the Orgain Bell & Tucker law firm.

Case No. E180-545

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