The appellant argues that the trial court erred in denying its motion to compel arbitration, contending that a stock purchase agreement and lease agreements should all be read together to determine the intent of the parties with respect to arbitration. The parties did not have a meeting of the minds that disputes under the terms of the lease agreements should be subject to arbitration under the terms of the stock purchase agreement. The appellee did not consent to arbitrate disputes arising under the lease agreements. The trial court's order is affirmed. Houston's 1st Court of Appeals, No. 01-12-00431-CV, 04-04-2013.
Speedemissions Inc. v. Bear Gate L.P.
Tex. App. Dist. 1
April 9, 2013