The Seminole Hard Rock Casino is in the middle of law suit as the Seminole Indian Tribe and the Power Plant Entertainment have exchanged charges in a court case.
The Seminole Indian Tribe filed a legal case against Power Plant Entertainment claiming that the latter had violated the Federal laws that protect Indian tribes from being taken advantage of under unfair contracts.
The Seminole Indian tribe and the Power Plant Entertainment had entered in an agreement six years ago.
More than four hundred billion in bonds and twenty million dollars were used by Power Plant to fund the two Seminole casinos, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casinos in Tampa and Hollywood, on behalf of the tribe.
The Power Plant Entertainment is expecting to have a one hundred times increase of their investment to which the tribe contend that Power Plant had taken more than the agreement allowed.
The lawyers of Power Plant Entertainment have filed a motion this week against the tribe and counter the charges by claiming that the tribe still owns Power Plant more than two million.
Power Plant continues to receive the thirty percent of gaming revenues from the Indian tribe.
The Seminole Indian tribe and Power Plant entertainment had tried to settle the case out of court but no progress was made.