Injunction lifted; Ford free to block Texas dealership sale

Freedman, Eric
April 2000
Automotive News;4/24/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5871, p37
Trade Publication
Deals with the dissolution of a temporary injunction filed against United States automaker Ford Motor Co. Application of the firm's right of first refusal to buy an automobile dealership in Del Rio, Texas; Pursuit of claim for monetary damages.


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