Where a plaintiff, who was involved in an alleged agreement to purchase a business that included real property, challenged a judgment finding that the plaintiff was not entitled to specific performance of the two contracts or “agreements,” the trial court did not err in excluding parol evidence, and the court correctly found that the plaintiff failed to prove that he had an ownership interest in the business, so the judgment is affirmed.
Judgment is affirmed.
Singh v. Lucky’s Travel Center, LLC (MLW No. 79965/Case No. SD37729 – 12 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Burrell, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Shannon County, Allen, J. (David Christiaan Horton, Springfield, for appellant) (David Stephen Rauzi, Kansas City, MO and Larry Robert Burton, Mountain View, for respondent).