Viking Dodge misses court date
Topics: Viking Dodge
June 15, 2009
Viking Dodge, now known as Viking Motors, missed a 9:00AM court date this morning by refusing to accept delivery of Certified Mail last week. A Notice of Motion and Motion were mailed to Viking Dodge last Monday. Viking changed its name on June 12, according to Illinois Secretary of State records at www.ilsos.net/
The mail carrier, known for persistence in delivering through rain and snow, sleet and hail, wasn't successful in getting a piece of Certified Mail signed for on at least two attempts last week, but it wasn't for lack of trying. The Post office in Crystal Lake attempted delivery but the carrier wrote REFUSED on the envelope
Wayne Beto is trying to collect $131.00 from Samaras and Viking Dodge that Judge Caldwell ordered be paid to him last January 14. Unfortunately, Wayne's lawyer neglected to write in that the payment was to be made by a certain date. Why didn't he write into the Order that Viking was to pay within seven days?
Wayne was in court at 9:00AM for Judge Caldwell to hear his motion for payment. Wayne learned that he will have to have a deputy sheriff deliver the Notice of Motion. The estimated cost of $60.00 for service by a deputy and mileage can be recovered by Beto.
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