Note to Self: Do Not Hire Lumber Company to Build Swimming Pool

The Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s grant of a no evidence motion for summary judgment in which the defendant, a lumber company, was alleged to have breached its contract to build a swimming pool for plaintiff. ¬†The Court found that, although there were cracks alleged in the built pool, nothing in the plaintiff’s affidavit identifies a contractual obligation that the defendant failed to perform.

Lopez v. Metro Lumber Indus.

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