Ordered that the order is affirmed, without costs or disbursements.
The Supreme Court granted the branch of Trans Leasing's motion pursuant to CPLR 3211 (a) (7), which was to dismiss the complaint insofar as it is asserted against it but denied the branch of the motion which was for summary judgment on its counterclaim on the ground that a triable issue of fact exists. We affirm.
The Supreme Court properly granted the branch of Trans Leasing's motion which was to dismiss the complaint insofar as asserted against it. On the cause of action alleging that the disclaimer of warranties provision of the lease is unconscionable, the plaintiffs have made no showing that they lacked a meaningful choice and did not freely consent to this lease (see, Matter of State of New York v Avco Fin. Serv., 50 N.Y.2d 383). They have also failed to demonstrate that there was an interrelationship between Trans Leasing and Complex such that the defendants structured this transaction with the intent of insulating Complex from damage claims based on breach of warranty (see, Master Lease Corp. v Manhattan Limousine, 177 A.D.2d 85).
As to the plaintiffs' cause of action to recover damages for fraud, the allegations in support thereof are directly related to the contractual relationship between the plaintiffs and Trans Leasing. It is well settled that a cause of action to recover damages for fraud does not lie where the only fraud alleged relates
Regarding Trans Leasing's counterclaim for breach of the lease, a review of the lease does not reveal any clause addressing whether the plaintiffs must continue to make payments even if they do not receive full delivery of the equipment. When the language of a contract is ambiguous, its construction presents a question of fact which may not be resolved by the court on a motion for summary judgment (see, Icon Motors v Empire State Datsun, 178 A.D.2d 463; Leon v Lukash, 121 A.D.2d 693; Graepel v County of Nassau, 119 A.D.2d 800). In addition, there is an issue of fact as to whether or not the plaintiffs received full delivery of the computer equipment. The Supreme Court therefore properly denied the branch of Trans Leasing's motion which was for summary judgment on its counterclaim.