"Assuming the tenant was not in default and stayed for remaining 13 years of the lease, there is a disadvantage for the tenant to remain at Patriot Place," said Sellers.

He attributed that to the additional security measures Armstrong has had to install at the  the request of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

Sellers said the Three Legged Monkey would take a financial hit of more than $135,000 if Armstrong remains with Patriot Place.

"Right now that looks like one of their better options," said Sellers about Armstrong moving his bar to the location at Montana Avenue and Yarbrough Drive. 

Former interim City Representative Mayela Mejia took the stand.

She represented District 3, where the Three Legged Monkey is located, for about six months in 2008.

Mejia told supported Armstrong's claims that he has never been in violation of any city or TABC requirements.

It was in 2008, when she said she started getting calls from the Cielo Vista Neighborhood Association about noise and parking complaints.

Shortly after, Armstrong participated in a meeting with the TABC Commission, police and fire departments, Mayor John Cook and current City Representative of District 3, Emma Acosta.

Acosta, who had not yet been elected to city council, but she was a part of the neighborhood association.

Mejia said everyone agreed to lease a parking lot near Patriot Place, but it was turned down in city council.

"He did try to join the Cielo Vista Neighborhood Association and attended meetings. He wanted to come to some kind of agreement with residents. The biggest opposition was from the city manager's office because all the other departments were ok with it," said Mejia.

Thursday afternoon, David Brandt, trustee of Patriot Place Ltd took the stand.

His answers were brief, consisting of 'i don't know' or 'I don't recall' when questioned by Armstrong's lawyer.

Brandt confirmed that under the agreement he made with the city, the Three Legged Monkey would receive $100,000 to assist with relocation.

When Ritter asked Brandt if he felt that a sufficient amount to relocate and reopen and new establishment, Brandt answered, "According to expert testimony earlier, it is."

Ritter reminded Brandt that he was under oath.

"With you experience and knowledge, do think it's sufficient money to open and operate another bar," repeated Ritter.

"I don't know," said Brandt.

Brandt has said he wants out of the lease with the Three Legged Monkey.

He said it's cost him thousands of dollars in attorney fees.

Closing arguments will be heard Tuesday, December 11 at the United States Bankruptcy Courthouse at 1pm.