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Shipyard seeks damages for unpaid work

By Ben Holbrook | Jan 04, 2017

Bangor — Front Street Shipyard is taking legal action against a California business and two of its agents, on grounds the company failed to pay for repairs to a ship.

The lawsuit, which was filed Dec. 30, 2016, states Front Street Shipyard was contracted to provide labor, supplies, equipment and goods, as well as make repairs/improvements and provide maintenance services for GADGET, a 64-foot recreational sailing vessel owned by A Squared Aviation.

Front Street Shipyard maintains that after the business was contracted in 2015 to work on GADGET, the company completed the requested work. However, A Squared Aviation is refusing to pay for the work, court documents state, and owes the shipyard $21,327 plus accruing interest.

The shipyard is seeking the full amount of its damages, plus interest costs and reasonable attorney's fees.

Andy and Amy Heyward are also named as defendants in the lawsuit, according to court documents.

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