Issues Not Addressed in Settlement Agreement Require Separate Lawsuit

November 30, 2008
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Facts: An owner sued its tenant for nonpayment of rent. Before the trial, the owner and tenant settled the dispute and entered into a settle agreement. The trial court approved the terms and retained authority to enforce them. The tenant agreed that if it violated any of the financial terms of the settlement agreement, the owner would automatically take possession of the buildings.

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