A lawsuit alleging that a man in Lafayette Parish tried to buy Chandlers G grocery by cheating its rightful owner was recorded just days after the Rapides Parish business was destroyed by a fire. canceled last month.
The lawsuit was actually filed with District 9 Justice Court “essentially before the June 7 fire,” said Alexandria attorney, William Ford, who represented Donald Chandler. The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed some legal issues as courts have been operating at reduced capacity.
Chandlers Dance shirt , hoodie, tank top, sweater
It alleges that Broussard Ayoub Ali resident, who expressed an interest in buying the Chandlers Dance shirt store, gave Chandler a “small document he represents is a temporary lease so he can apply for.” alcohol license. ”
Shortly thereafter, a three-page document documenting the sale of Chandlers for $ 325,000 was submitted. It was March 10 and recorded two days later by the Rapides Parish Court Clerk.
But the lawsuit claims that Chandler did not sign such a document, never received any money, that the suspect document on file was not signed in front of a notary and two witnesses “and the document This has been scammed under the Chandlers Dance shirt wrong intention. ”
Ford said Chandler was not aware of the purposeful sale.
The lawsuit required this document to be dismissed and declared void and Chandler was declared the sole owner of the property. The suit identifies him as the chairman and sole owner of Chandlers Groceries Inc.
Local chandlers supply items such as ship hardware, chemicals, galley equipment and supplies, charts and binoculars, paints and varnishes, hammers and scrap, lubricants, food and beverages, accessories. Spare parts, water and other services to make the next trip smoothly captain and crew members.
For example, a registered 5,000 Tonnage (GRT) vessel, will need about $ 50,000 monthly to bring food, medicine, oil, lubricants and other things to get it out to sea and back to port. Ironically, the items and services needed on a trip were taken over by foreigners while Nigerian crooks were acting as a third party.
Speaking in an Instagram live show hosted by Maritime Ev’s Ms. Ezinne Azunna with the theme, ‘The work of the Chandling in Nigeria,’ Transport consultant, Nnamdi Eronini said that the mining sector ships can generate up to 500 million dollars (N180 billion) annually for the country if well exploited.