Marlborough is suing software company for $88,000 in unpaid property taxes

The City of Marlborough has filed a lawsuit against CapGemini America, the North American subsidiary of a France-based software and IT company, for unpaid property taxes related to its former offices at 45 Bartlett St.

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in Middlesex Superior Court, alleges that CapGemini failed to pay property taxes for fiscal year 2018 and the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020. The city is seeking $87,605, plus an interest rate of 15% from the end of October 2023 and the costs associated with filing the lawsuit.

This is the first lawsuit filed by the City of Marlborough regarding unpaid property taxes since at least 2013, according to Middlesex Superior Court records.

According to the company website, CapGemini employs more than 350,000 people in more than 50 countries. The company generated revenue of $23.87 billion in fiscal 2022, according to Euronext Paris financial filings.

CapGemini is not currently listed as a leasing tenant for 45 Bartlett St., according to commercial real estate information database CoStar.

Both the company and the City of Marlborough Legal Department did not respond to a request for comment from WBJ.

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