Breach suit filed by Florida woman

Steve Gonzalez Jun. 10, 2008, 9:40pm

A Clearwater, Fla. woman filed a breach of contract complaint against Christine and Wesley Whorl of Glen Carbon in Madison County Circuit Court June 6, alleging they defaulted on a promissory note.

Jennifer Campbell claims the Whorls are indebted to her in the principal amount of $90,086.37 pursuant to a promissory note that was entered on Nov. 2, 2005.

According to court documents, Campbell loaned the Whorls $100,000 at a yearly interest rate of six percent.

The Whorls allegedly agreed to pay Campbell $843.86 per month on the first of every month beginning Jan. 1, 2006. They also allegedly agreed to pay the entire balance in full by Dec. 1, 2009, on the note's agreed maturity date.

Campbell claims the Whorls now owe her the balance because they failed to make monthly payments pursuant to the terms of the promissory note.

Represented by Clifford Emons and Allison Lorton of the Emons Law Office in Alton, Campbell is seeking a judgment of $90,086.37, costs of the suit, attorney fees and interest and late fees that continue to accrue.

The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge David Hylla.

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