Friday, July 27, 2007

Civil suit filed against Lamar Feed and Grain

Who knows what good, if any, it will do now that the company has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but Producers Grain of El Dorado Springs filed a lawsuit against Lamar Feed and Grain today in Barton County Circuit Court.
A hearing has been scheduled for 9 a.m. Aug. 28, according to court records. Though the online records do not indicate the content of the lawsuit, bankruptcy records indicate Lamar Feed and Grain owes Producers Grain grain, $21,344.84.

More information about the bankruptcy can be found in the July 20 Turner Report.


Anonymous said...

Well, that sounds like a violation of the “Automatic Stay” order created by the bankruptcy filing which prohibits creditors from taking any action or continuing any action to collect on a debt. If they were listed as a creditor in the bankruptcy they had better dismiss their case or face contempt sanctions.

Anonymous said...

Not to defend these people but aren't they protected from suits by filing for bankruptcy?