The lawsuit says that in February 2015, CMMS signed a promissory note payable to Stillhouse for $743,000; the amount was upped to $799,060 in August 2015. Between March and September of last year, Willin Group and CMMS executed promissory notes totaling $628,000, according to the lawsuit. That was followed by further promissory notes that ranged from $22,000 to $200,000, totaling just over $2 million, the filing says. Shadowshot and Miller executed a personal guarantee of CMMS performance on the promissory notes, wrote the plaintiffs attorney, Irvin Borenstein of Centennial. The CMMS owners have failed to repay any of the promissory notes, and Stillhouse Investments and Willin Group are seeking a monetary judgment, plus 18 percent interest a year. Both companies are tied to an Austin attorney who acts as their registered agent. The lawyer, Lane Prickett, has experience in commercial real estate, according to his firms website, while Willin Group touts itself as a consulting firm that specializes in the liquor and retail industries. In the answer to the lawsuit, CMMS admits that it has failed to repay what is owed on the notes.
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