Purported lack of improvements to restaurant lead franchisee to pursue breach of contract claim

By John Suayan | Mar 1, 2018

HOUSTON – A fast food franchisee has pursued legal action on claims her restaurant in Crosby has not seen any promised improvements, per recent Harris County District Court records.

Phyllis L. Svrcek brought a lawsuit against Delect Foods, Inc. on Feb. 28, alleging the latter misrepresented to her that it would make the improvements in question totaling $350,000.

Both parties were reportedly bound by a year-old lease agreement pertaining to the property located at 13727 FM 2100.

Court papers state that Delect had up to 60 days from Oct. 5, 2016 to perform the work.

The defendant’s intent was to induce Svrcek to entering into the agreement at below level market rates, the original petition says.

Consequently, she seeks unspecified monetary damages.

Thad T. Davis of the law firm Baggott & Davis, LLP in Houston is representing the complainant.

Harris County 55th District Court Case No. 2018-13461

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