RCMP Enterprises, LLC provides real state services. The company was incorporated in 2005 and is based in Scranton, Pennsylvania. On December 21, 2007, an involuntary petition for liquidation under Chapter 7 was filed against PCMP Enterprises, LLC in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.
318 Penn Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503
Founded in 2005
RCMP Enterprises, LLC Loses Lawsuit with a U.S. Company That Accuses the Force of Breaching a Contract
Sep 11 13
RCMP Enterprises, LLC has lost a long-running lawsuit with a U.S. company that accuses the force of breaching a contract that was supposed to provide cruise ships as accommodations for security forces during the 2010 Winter Games. The ruling, issued earlier this week by a judge in Washington, D.C., concluded the RCMP entered into a contract with Cruise Connections, but then went about making demands and refusing to offer assurances that the cruise company would not get hit with a massive Canadian tax bill. The court finds that RCMP agreed to pay all Canadian taxes imposed on the cruise lines. When RCMP refused to acknowledge its commitment and then repudiated it, it breached the agreement between the parties in a distinctly fundamental way. In 2008, the RCMP was faced with the task of finding accommodations for officers who were assigned to the integrated security unit that was in charge of providing security at Games. The contract was to provide members of the unit, mostly RCMP officers, with bunks, food and laundry. The decision did not specify damages. However, Cruise Connections had argued in past legal proceedings the RCMP should be liable for up to the entire value of the $57-million contract. Court documents show Cruise Connection was chosen to provide three ships for security staff and the company would, in turn, subcontract with Holland America and Royal Caribbean to provide the ships. Cruise Connections had what are known as charter party agreements, worth a total of $39 million, with the cruise lines to provide the ships. But before the agreements with the cruise ship companies could be executed, the cruise lines wanted the RCMP to assure them they wouldn't be forced to pay income and payroll taxes.
RCMP to Close Three Detachments
Mar 15 13
RCMP announced that it has identified three detachments in the province for closure. Those are detachments in Port Elgin, Hillsborough and Gagetown will be decommissioned.