Hardware dealer GSL (Europe) is being sued for damages by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food over the disposal of the ministry's computers. GSL agreed to get rid of MAFF's redundant hardware on April 1 1994, according to a high court writ.
The company disposed of the equipment and MAFF issued invoices for u45,682 for money owed to it. The writ claims Cheshire-based GSL refused to pay the sum, which was demanded in a letter dated December 12 1995.
MAFF is claiming damages of u45,682 plus interest of u2,379, rising by u10 a day. GSL managing director Chris Moran was unavailable for comment.
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