In September 2009, the Southeast Texas Record reported that Enterprise Leasing sued Quality Contract Services, claiming the Orange company failed to completely pay for vehicles it rented.
A year later, Judge Bob Wortham, 58th District Court, signed an agreed final judgment on Sept. 10, ordering Quality Contract to pay Enterprise $19,622.62 in damages, $1,099.40 in post judgment interest and an additional $4,656.74 in attorney's fees, court records show.
In its suit, Enterprise claimed that between May 2008 and July 2008, it entered into several contracts with Quality Contract Services to rent out vehicles.
Allegedly, Quality Contract Services refused to pay the full amount due for the car rentals, according to the complaint.
"Defendant has failed to pay the sums due and owing under the contract, breaching the contract, and by such breach, damaging Enterprise in the amount of $19,622.62," the suit states.
Raymond L. Gregory II of Eggleston and Briscoe in Houston represented Enterprise.
Beaumont attorney Chris Portner of the Reaud, Morgan & Quinn law firm, represented quality Contract.
Case No. A185-006