The court considered whether the plaint was bad in law. The court held that the fact that the agreement in the matter was subject to arbitration did not preclude the court from adjudging the matter. The court found that there was no arbitrator named nor had the defendant pursued said arbitration.
The court then considered whether the defendant had breached the lease contract. The court held that the defendant was in breach. The court found that the defendant had failed to make payment at the specified time as given in the lease contract.
Accordingly, the court entered judgment in favor of the plaintiff.