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Case Style: Executive Protection, LLC d/b/a EPS Security v. Central Park Owners Association, Inc.
Case Number: CJ-2014-3508
Judge: Rebecca B. Nighingale
Court: District Court, Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Plaintiff's Attorney: Gregory Lavender
Defendant's Attorney: Curtis Kaiser
Description: COMES Now the Plaintiff, EXECUTIVE PROTECTION, LLC, by and through its attorney of record, GREG LAVENDER, and for its cause of action against Defendant, CENTRAL PARK OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., alleges and states as follows:
1. That the Plaintiff, EXECUTIVE PROTECTION, LLC (hereinafter “EPS”), is a corporation with its principal place of business in Broken Arrow, Tulsa County, Oklahoma.
2. That the Defendant, CENTRAL PARK OWNERS ASSOCIATION, NC., is a domestic corporation with its principal place of business in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma.
3. That the Defendant’s registered agent is listed as: CURTIS W. KAISER, 616 SOUTH MAIN, SuITE 201, TULSA, OKLAHOMA 74119.
4. That this Court has subject matter jurisdiction over the claims alleged herein and may properly exercise jurisdiction over the Defendant.
5. That venue is proper in this action pursuant to 12 O.S. § 134 and the factual circumstances set out herein.
6. That Plaintiff and Defendant (collectively “the Parties”) entered into a legal and bincli4g contract pursuant to the laws of the State of Oklahoma for security services on or about June 24, 2014 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma with services scheduled to commence on July 21, 2014,
7. That on or about July 18, 2014, Defendant without cause or advance notice sought cancellation of aforementioned contract.
8. That Defendant’s actions constitute breach of contract and as a direct result of said breach, the Plaintiff, EXECUTIVE PROTECTION, LLC, suffered damages in excess of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00).
WHEREFORE, premises considered, Plaintiff prays this Honorable Court grant judgment against the Defendant, in an amount in excess of $10,000.00, its costs, and for such other and further relief as the Court may deem fair, just and equitable.
Outcome: Settled for $10,000 and dismissed with prejudice.