A Tesla owner in South Korea is facing a legal battle over how much money she can expect to make from renting a car.
A South Korean court ruled that a Tesla rental car rental company can only be held liable for the car rental costs after a customer has agreed to pay for the rental.
However, a judge ruled that Tesla was not liable if the car owner did not actually rent the car, according to a report from Bloomberg.
The decision means that a person can lease a Tesla without paying for the lease.
The judge also said that the court cannot hold Tesla liable for any damage caused to the vehicle by the rental company.
The company had previously tried to block the court order, arguing that the rental car company had breached a contract.
But the court ruled the company should be held responsible for damage caused by the company.
“We cannot be held personally liable for damages caused to Tesla’s vehicles due to the rental of the vehicles,” the court said.
The court also said Tesla cannot be allowed to make profits on the rental business, as that would not be in the company’s best interests.
Tesla declined to comment on the ruling.
Tesla has faced similar lawsuits in the past over leasing cars.
In 2016, a California court ordered Tesla to pay $10 million to a woman who leased her car without the proper paperwork and insurance, Bloomberg reported.
Tesla later agreed to settle the case.