The trial court entered judgment for the landlord in this dispute between a landlord and a tenant for breach of a lease of commercial premises. Appellant argues she should not be individually liable. In contrast to Barlow, the object of the lease -- to provide commercial premises in which the tenant could conduct its executive suite business -- could be accomplished without applying the lease by conduct doctrine to substitute another entity as the tenant. Because the evidence supporting damages was legally insufficient, the trial court's judgment is reversed and remanded for a new trial. Dallas Court of Appeals, No. 05-12-00429-CV, 08-28-2013.
Curtis v. AGF Spring Creek/Coit II, Ltd.
Tex. App. Dist. 5
August 28, 2013