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PING Shun Corp. on Thursday sued Imperial Pacific International LLC in federal court for breach of contract, unjust enrichment and liability for an account.

  The lawsuit stated that from Dec. 21, 2016 to Dec. 31, 2019, Ping Shun Corp. or its assignors provided breakfast, lunch and dinner at IPI’s request for thousands of individuals involved in the construction of its hotel-casino project in Garapan as well as IPI’s own employees and VIP guests.

 The food services were provided by two different restaurants in Garapan that were operated by Ping Shun Corp.

 The lawsuit also alleged a breach of residential lease agreement related to the housing of some of IPI’s employees and/or construction workers. IPI failed to pay for the furniture and appliances that were damaged and/or unlawfully taken from the premises prior to the end of the lease term, the plaintiff stated.

It added that IPI also failed to pay for spa services provided to its executives and VIP guests.

 Ping Shun Corp. is represented by attorney Samuel Mok who said the vendor submitted invoices every month to IPI for all of the goods and services provided to the casino investor.

 These invoices contained itemized attachments to support the amounts billed, the lawyer added.

 “IPI received each of these invoices without objection but did not fully pay for the goods and services it received. Instead, IPI claimed that it was experiencing financial difficulties and promised to ultimately pay in full for all of the submitted invoices,” Mok said.

 To date, Mok added, IPI has failed to pay the outstanding balance due and owing to the plaintiff despite due demand.

For breach of food services, IPI owes the vendor $440, 682.50.

 For breach of residential lease, IPI owes the vendor $20,683.14

 For spa services, IPI owes the vendor $683.

 IPI owes Ping Shun Corp. a total of $462,003.64, the lawsuit stated.

The plaintiff is also asking for other damages and relief the court may find proper, including pre-judgment and post-judgment interest, attorney’s fees and costs.

 

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