OGDEN v. JOHN JAY ESTHETIC SALONS, INC.

No. CA 84 0475.

470 So.2d 521 (1985)

Gordon C. OGDEN v. JOHN JAY ESTHETIC SALONS, INC.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, First Circuit.

May 29, 1985.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Stephen E. Covell, Baton Rouge, for plaintiff-appellee Gordon C. Ogden.

John E. Seago, Baton Rouge, for defendant-appellant John Jay Esthetic Salon, Inc.

Before GROVER L. COVINGTON, C.J., and LOTTINGER and JOHN S. COVINGTON, JJ.


LOTTINGER, Judge.

This case involves an appeal from a successful eviction proceeding, in which the defendant-lessee was ordered to vacate the leased premises. Defendant has perfected this devolutive appeal, challenging the trial court's findings.

FACTS

On May 5, 1980, Gordon Ogden (Ogden) leased some commercial property to K & R Enterprises (K & R) for the operation of a business by K & R (principal lease). This lease permitted K &...

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