Landlord/Tenant – Commercial Lease – Fish Ponds – Breach of Contract – Damages – Material TermsAllison v. Davidson Any connection between the defendant-landlord’s interference with the plaintiff-tenant’s fishing operation and an award of damages for lost profits for the remaining 13 years of the lease was far too speculative to support an award of several hundred thousand dollars in damages. The landlord is entitled to a new trial on the issue of damages.
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Published: December 15, 2011
Time posted: 1:40 pm
Tags: Breach of Contract, Commercial Lease, Damages, Fish Ponds, Landlord/Tenant, Material Terms