Software vendor Tenhill Computer Systems is suing Mercedes Benz Finance for damages of more than #2.8 million for alleged breach of contract.
Tenhill has issued a High Court writ for damages, including a claim for #2,821,799.
The claim relates to Mercedes Benz Finance?s breach and wrongful repudiation of a written agreement dated 25 June 1996, incorporating the terms of a proposal dated 20 June 1996. Tenhill is also seeking an order for payment of all sums found due and interest.
Tenhill director David Haycox declined to comment on the case. Mercedes Benz Finance also refused to discuss the suit.
Tenhill operates from a Regency mansion just north of Leeds. The company has been in business since the late 1970s and employs nearly 100 people. It made pre-tax profits of nearly #450,000 in 1995.
The firm produces financial software for client/server platforms, and has more than 50 installations with credit organisations across Europe.
Its products include instalment credit software, workflow applications and inventory and finance administration.
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