LUMBERTON, N.J. — Lucas Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, whose franchise agreement was terminated by Chrysler in March, has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer, reports the Courier-Post.

The Chrysler Group is taking away the dealer’s franchise because it failed to make expensive renovations to its facilities as part of a franchise agreement Lucas signed with Daimler Chrysler in 2007. The suit claims Chrysler originally had agreed to provide $250,000 in funding toward the renovations, but only paid $150,000.

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