FRESNO — A finance company is suing two Fresno County customers, alleging they owe nearly $100,000 for breach of contract.
PACCAR Financial Corp. filed a complaint Aug. 31 in Fresno County Superior Court against Jatinder K. Bath and Gurinder S. Bath, alleging they violated an agreed-upon contract by failing to pay monthly installments and refused to return a 2016 Kenworth Model T truck tractor.
According to the complaint, on July 27, 2015, PACCAR entered into a retail installment contract security agreement whereby they would finance the acquisition by the Baths and will be paid in 60 monthly payments. The suit says the Baths were entitled to the use and possession of the truck as long as the monthly installments were timely made.
Despite performing its obligation under the contract, PACCAR alleges it failed to receive monthly payments or all additional late charges and other costs. It has not regained no possession of the truck, the suit says.
The plaintiff alleges the Baths failed and refused to make payment on any subsequent installment that have come under the terms of the agreement amounting to $99,501.81 and failed and refused to return the truck as demanded.
PACCAR Financial seeks trial by jury, payment of $99,502,81, an order requiring the Baths to turn over possession of the truck, attorney fees, court costs, and all other relief the court deems proper. It is are represented by attorney Raymond A. Policar of Law Offices of Raymond A. Policar in Davis.
Fresno County Superior Court case number 17CEC602997