In some cases, when two parties in California have entered into a business contract, one party ends up not upholding the terms of the contract. This allegedly happened in one recent out-of-state case involving a construction company and a restaurant. The construction business is currently suing the restaurant for a reported breach of contract after the company claims that the eatery did not pay for construction and design services.
The construction company said it contracted with the restaurant to offer design services linked to the restaurant's renovation. The two parties had allegedly agreed to a price of more than $33,000. The construction company said it completed the requested services in line with the two parties' contract, issuing two invoices for the work. However, despite repeatedly demanding payment, it has not received payment.