Court grants partial judgment in favor of company

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The Superior Court granted last week a partial default judgment in the sum of $1,068.43 in favor of Finance and Insurance Services Group following a lawsuit filed against Albert R. Moolang.

Superior Court Associate Judge Joseph Camacho granted partially and denied partially the requested fees mentioned in the lawsuit filed by Finance and Insurance Services Group against Moolang.

The lawsuit was filed with the Superior Court last March.

Moolang failed to appear before the court to plead or defend himself so the court entered a default judgement in favor of Finance and Insurance Services Group .

According to the order, the court granted Finance and Insurance Services Group ’s requests for the principal sum due of $843.43 and the filing cost of $225. The court also granted post-judgement interest of 9 percent per annum.

However, the court denied Finance and Insurance Services Group ’s request for late fees worth $50, attorneys fees, and also denied the request for pre-judgement interest of 24 percent per annum worth $89.84.

The court found that Moolang did breach his contract with Finance and Insurance Services Group because he failed to pay off his loan of $4,004.45 that he borrowed back in 2015. The principal amount still remaining amounts to $843.43, which the court granted in favor of Express Financial.

The court, however, denied some of Finance and Insurance Services Group ’s other requests because the evidence provided were not enough to warrant judgement in their favor.

Kimberly Bautista | Reporter
Kimberly Albiso Bautista has covered a wide range of news beats, including the community, housing, crime, and more. She now covers sports for the Saipan Tribune. Contact her at kimberly_bautista@saipantribune.com.

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