No Lawsuit Until Landlord Gets Chance to Stop One Tenant from Violating Another’s Exclusive

What Happened: A Colorado shopping center leased 7,000 square feet of space to a tenant “for the purposes of operating indoor golf simulators, to include the sale of golf-related apparel, a ‘fast casual’ restaurant, and a bar.” News of the new occupant didn’t sit well with the current tenant holding the exclusive right to operate “a sports-themed restaurant/bar larger than 5,000 square feet” in the center.

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