Cy-Fair business accused of not paying rent
A Cy-Fair man and his business is being sued by a management company saying he quit paying on leased space and eventually abandoned the property.
S.E.S. Management filed a lawsuit on Oct. 22 in the Harris County District Court against Holman Navas, individually and doing business as Neu-Steel, alleging breach of contract.
The plaintiff alleges that on Sept. 24, 2009, the defendant entered a lease agreement to pay $69,300 in monthly payments of $2,887.50, plus a five percent late charge if the rent was late.
The plaintiff alleges that the defendant failed to pay the amount owed in nine of the 10 months between November 2009 and August 2010 and then abandoned the premises.
The plaintiff is seeking damages including actual damages of more than $10,000 owed in rent and late fees, plus interest, court costs and any other damages it is entitled to by the court.
The plaintiff is being represented in the case by Houston attorney G. Scott Fiddler.
Harris County District Court Case No. 2010-70377
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