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|Lawsuit: Inception Group Real Estate sues Amiga Inc. (Update)|
Apparently Inception Group, the former landlord of Amiga Washington (which renamed itself to Amino a while ago) has sued Amiga Inc (Delaware, formerly known as KMOS) four weeks ago. Amiga/Amino was sued by the Inception Group back in 2001 already (1, 2), two years later a second lawsuit was started (default judgement) and the inventory of the company's former offices was auctioned off.
Update: (06.07.2009, 15:30, cg)
The bill of indictment (PDF) is available now. Inception Group claims it has won a lawsuit against Amiga/Amino in November 2003, which resulted in Amiga/Amino owing Inception about 150,000 USD. Five years later, in November 2008, Amino, Amiga Delaware (fka KMOS) and Inception came to an agreement in which Amiga Delaware guaranteed to pay Amino's debts, which had grown to 235,000 USD by that time, until February 17th, 2009.
Inception states that it has not revieved any money to this day, which is why the company is now suing Amiga Delaware for breach of contract. (cg) (Translation: dr)
[News message: 06. Jul. 2009, 01:59] [Comments: 0]
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