Little League administrator sued

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Posted on Nov 28 2000
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A commercial establishment has filed a civil suit against Little League Baseball of the CNMI and District Administrator James Ada for non-payment of debt amounting to $7,000.

According to the complaint filed by Flores Inc., through lawyer James S. Sirok, baseball caps, pins, trophies and other items were sold and delivered to the Little League and Mr. Ada on Feb. 19, 1999 to Nov. 10, 1999 on an open account basis.

Based on the agreement, the defendants would be responsible and liable for the payment of all items sold and delivered by Flores Inc.

Little League and Mr. Ada also agreed that the items will be collected in 30 days from the date of delivery and that the interest would accrue on any unpaid balance at the rate of 1 1/2 percent per month together with attorney’s fees and collection costs.

The complaint alleged that the defendants have failed and refused to pay for the items sold and delivered. (Lindablue F. Romero)

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