American Broadcasting Companies v. Wolf
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Bernstein v. Nemeyer
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American Mechanical Corp. v. Union Machine Co. of Lynn, Inc
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AMF, Inc. v. McDonnalds
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Plotnick v. Pennsylvania Smelting & Refining Co
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Taylor v. Johnson
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Alaska Northern Development, Inc. v. Alyeska Pipeline Service Co
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 666 P.2d 33, 1983 Alas. 441,36 U.C.C. Rep. Serv. (Callaghan) 1527 Brief Fact Summary. Alaska Northern Development, Inc. (Plaintiff) appeals from a judgment in favor of Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. (Defendant) in a contract formation and interpretation dispute. Synopsis of Rule of Law. Parol evidence restricts external evidence that contradicts the integrated terms of a written contract. ...

Luther Williams, Jr., Inc. v. Johnson
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 229 A.2d 163, 1967 D.C. App. 159 Brief Fact Summary. Luther Williams, Jr., Inc. (Plaintiff) sought to recover $670.00 as liquidated damages under a contract on Johnson's (Defendant) home. Plaintiff's objections to the introduction of evidence concerning a parol agreement were overruled and a verdict was returned for the Defendant. Plaintiff appeals. Synopsis of Rule of Law. The parol evidence rule does not bar testimony of an oral agreement as a condition precedent to a final written contract. ...

Mitchell v. Lath
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 247 N.Y. 377, 160 N.E. 646, 1928 N.Y. 1084, 68 A.L.R. 239 Brief Fact Summary. The Mitchells (Plaintiffs) brought an action against the Laths (Defendants) to enforce an oral agreement to remove an icehouse from property purchased from the Defendants. Defendants appealed from judgment granted in favor of Plaintiffs. Synopsis of Rule of Law. An oral agreement is not collateral to the written agreement if its subject is closely related to the subject of the written agreement. ...

Wallis v. Smith
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Homani v. Iranzadi
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Data Management, Inc. v. Greene
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Coursey v. Caterpilar, Inc
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Sinnar v. Le Roy
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Weaver v. American Oil Co
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Zapatha v. Dairy Mart, Inc
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Fleet v. United States Consumer Council, Inc
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Machinery Hauling, Inc. v. Steel of West Virginia
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Rubenstein v. Rubenstein
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Sherwood v. Walker
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Lenawee County Board of Health v. Messerly
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Ayer v. Western Union Telegraph Co
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 79 Me. 493, 10 A. 495 (1887) Brief Fact Summary. Plaintiff brought suit against Western Union, seeking recovery of lost profit, based on Defendant's mistake in transmitting its offer to another party. Synopsis of Rule of Law. This case stands for the proposition that a party can be held liable when, in the course of its dealings with another, it makes a mistake that causes harm to the other. ...

Boise Junior College District v. Mattefs Construction Co
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Beachcomber Coins, Inc. v. Boskett
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CitiFinancial, Inc. v. Brown
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 304 F.3d 469,2002 U.S. App. Brief Fact Summary. Defendants entered into a debt consolidation loan with Plaintiff, which included an arbitration clause in case of default. Because John Brown, one of the plaintiffs, was profoundly retarded, his mother brought suit on his behalf, due to lack of capacity to understand the agreement into which he had entered. Synopsis of Rule of Law. This case stands for the proposition that mentally incapacitated individuals are not competent to contract because contracts require a meeting of t ...