Farmer's Market 'Stalls' Violated Supermarket's Restrictive Use

January 29, 2015
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Facts: The lease between a shopping center owner and a supermarket tenant contained a restrictive-use covenant prohibiting the owner from leasing space to another grocery store or “food market.” The lease defined food market to include any vendor selling food items. The owner later leased space on the premises to a farmer’s market made up of “stalls” run by vendors selling various types of food. Two stalls were directly in the shopping center.

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