£2.6M Suit Against Boots Over Missed Rent Headed To Trial

By Bonnie Eslinger (September 2, 2021, 5:49 PM BST) -- A £2.6 million ($3.58 million) lawsuit against British high street health retailer Boots from one of its landlords over unpaid rent at a London shopping center will go to trial as early as November, according to a court order.

High Court Deputy Master Jason Raeburn states in the June 28 consent order, which has just been made public, that a trial on the claim from Commerz Investmentgesellschaft will take place between November and February.

The German asset manager and financial planner is suing the pharmacy giant for more than £1 million in missed rent, according to the September 2020 claim. With...

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