Woman sues over Rayford Road business space
A Woodlands man is among the parties being sued by a Heights woman who alleges that a Spring-based business space she rented was not ready for her to move into for the 2009 holiday season, which caused her to lose substantial revenue.
Kathy Gaskill, individually and doing business as Interior Ideas filed a lawsuit on Oct. 27 in the Harris County District Court against Infinity-Texas Development Inc., DMA Rayford Ridge Retail Center LP, DMA Spring Hill Management LC and David M. Antoniono, alleging breach of contract and deceptive trade practices.
The plaintiff says that on Aug. 7, 2009, she signed a five-year lease with the defendant for 440 Rayford Road in Spring, which was to be ready by Oct. 1, 2009. She alleges that the defendant did not get the proper permits required, causing her opening to be delayed until Dec. 4, 2009, which she says was responsible for a drop in revenues.
The plaintiff is seeking damages of $150,000, which includes actual damages, loss of profits, loss of business, loss of goodwill and is also seeking court costs and any other damages she is entitled to by the court.
The plaintiff is being represented in the case by The Woodlands attorney Sean P. Nobmann.
Harris County District Court Case No. 2010-71383.
This is a report on a civil lawsuit filed at the Harris County Courthouse. The details in this report come from an original complaint filed by a plaintiff. Please note, a complaint represents an accusation by a private individual, not the government. It is not an indication of guilt, and it only represents one side of the story.
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