Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Repro Repo: Xerox Takes Back Publisher's Printers

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Repro Repo: Xerox Takes Back Publisher's Printers

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Xerox Corp. has begun collecting its printers from Tate Publishing after the Mustang-based Christian book and music publisher fell behind on payments.

The five printers and server systems are worth $450,000, and Tate owes Xerox another $1.7 million for lease payments, goods and services, according to a lawsuit filed in Canadian County. In filings, Xerox alleges that Tate Publishing fell into a second default on its contract in February.

Canadian County District Judge Gary Miller ordered the sheriff's department on Monday to oversee delivery of the property, according to court records.

Removing the printers from the property won't be a quick process, but Xerox attorney Jim Vogt said it has already begun.

"Some of these machines are large, so it's not a matter of where you could come in and walk them out," Vogt said. …

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