A financing firm is suing a company that leased three printers but allegedly has failed to pay for them.
CIT Finance LLC filed a complaint July 21 in Galveston County District Court against Royal Neighbors of America of Dickinson.
On Dec. 11, 2013, the lawsuit states, the defendant entered into a lease agreement with Konica Minolta Premier Finance, with Konica agreeing to lease a Bizhub Pro C7000P color printer and accessories to RNA, which agreed to pay 63 payments of $1,266.53 to CIT.
On the same day, the lawsuit states, RNA entered into another lease agreement to receive a Bizhub C224E copier/printer with accessories, in exchange for 63 payments of $122.63 to CIT. And on Feb. 18, 2014, a third lease agreement had RNA receiving a Duplo DC615 Pro and accessories in exchange for making 63 payments of $577.68 to CIT.
But RNA allegedly failed to live up to its end of the bargains, the lawsuit states.
As of March 11, 2015, RNA was in default for the first lease of at least $85,682.38, for the second of at least $8,154.60 and for the third of at least $39,320.41, the lawsuit states.
The plaintiff seeks return of the equipment and/or payment of the balances due, as well as pre- and post-judgment interest, unspecified damages, attorneys' fees and court costs.
The plantiff is represented by David V. Wilson II of LeclairRyan in Houston and Corey S. Booker in Richmond, Va.
Galveston County District Court case number 15-CV-0760.