The defaulter sued the Petersburg Supply Company for 10,000 rubles, which did not send him notice of the power failure. The organization had to pay for an error in the phone number, the city courts joint press service said.
In January 2022, the owner of the land in SNT Priozernoye was cut off from electricity for debts. However, the man received no warning about the upcoming blackout – with which he went to court, demanding to recover 50,000 PSK as compensation for non-pecuniary damage.
The defendant was able to confirm the client’s debt in court – in total, he did not pay the company another 10.8 thousand rubles. The PSK representative assured that the consumer had been informed of the debts and the possible blackout.
It turned out that the debtor was not cunning – he really did not receive an SMS. The court noticed that a digit was mixed up in the phone number – hence the message never reached the recipient.
The company’s actions were declared illegal. The defaulter was asked to return the light. C “PSK” recovered compensation for moral damage in the amount of 10,000 rubles, a fine of 5,000 rubles and the cost of paying state tax.
Earlier, MK in St. Petersburg wrote that ZhKS would pay more than 200,000 rubles for a piece of the facade that fell on the car of a woman from St. Petersburg.
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