Oneida Small Business, Inc. vs. White Eagle Sports Bar, Paul Danforth & Tina Danforth

Here are public documents regarding Brown County Case No. 2013CV1838, Oneida Small Business, Inc. vs. White Eagle Sports Bar & Grill, LLC, and Paul & Cristina Danforth:

Excerpt from Plaintiff’s Brief:

On November 18, 2009, Defendant, White Eagle Sports Bar & Grill, LLC, delivered to Plaintiff a Business Note for consideration. The Note was in the sum of $48,925.16. On August 18, 2006, Defendants, White Eagle Sports Bar & Grill, LLC, [Tina] Danforth and Paul Danforth, signed a General Business Security Agreement pledging assets of the LLC as collateral on the Business Note and on August 18, 2006, Defendant, Cristina Danforth, married to Paul Danforth at the time, signed a Continuing Guaranty (Unlimited), personally guaranteeing the loans of White Eagle Sports Bar & Grill, LLC.

As of November 13, 2013, the date of Plaintiff’s Summons and Complaint, there is owed the sum of $54,358.80, comprised of principal, accrued interest and late charges. Interest against the principal accrues at 4.0% interest.

[T]ina Danforth, in her Answer to the Summons and Complaint in this case, did not deny she was in default on the note.

As a result of the defaults in payment, Plaintiff, as it is entitled to do under the note, has declared the indebtedness immediately due and payable and demands payment in full and surrender of the business assets which secures repayment of the indebtedness.

…In her answer, Defendant, [T]ina Danforth, failed to state any valid counter claim or defense relating to her failure to make payments on the note as they became due.

Excerpt from Defendant Tina Danforth’s handwritten Answer:

Defendents [sic] demands a trial by a jury of twelve.

Future Court Activity includes a 7:00 a.m. Calendar Call on Monday March 24, 2014.

There are reports from Tribe members that Tribal Treasurer Tina Danforth may have been removing her own loan debt notices from the packet that Bay Bank would send to the Business Committee regarding Oneida Small Business, Inc.’s overdue loans, and then sealing the packet back up to make it look as though it was intact in order to hide her unpaid debts from the BC and the Tribe.

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