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  • Duress: Plaintiff and Contract

    invalid‚ following lord denning’s decision in D&C builders V Rees and was developed in later cases such as the sibeon and sibotre and the Atlantic Baron. In this case the plaintiffs took delivery of the ships in name and 8 months later they sought to recover on the basis in inter alia‚ economic duress. It was held the plaintiffs action failed as the delay in seeking recovery amounted to affirmation of the contract and therefore lost the right to rescission. There is a difficulty in distinguishing

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  • CHARLES F. WOODHOUSE, plaintiff-appellant, vs. FORTUNATO F. HALILI, defendant-appellant.

    CHARLES F. WOODHOUSE‚ plaintiff-appellant‚ vs. FORTUNATO F. HALILI‚ defendant-appellant. Tañada‚ Pelaez & Teehankee for defendant and appellant. Gibbs‚ Gibbs‚ Chuidian & Quasha for plaintiff and appellant. LABRADOR‚ J.: On November 29‚ 1947‚ the plaintiff entered on a written agreement‚ Exhibit A‚ with the defendant‚ the most important provisions of which are (1) that they shall organize a partnership for the bottling and distribution of Mision soft drinks‚ plaintiff to act as industrial partner

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  • The Plaintiff Wendling

    Case Study 2 Procedural History The Plaintiff Wendling was originally awarded damages for the breach of an oral contract for the purchase and sale of cattle to the Defendants Puls and Watson by the Harvey District Court; which the Defendants turned around and later appealed. Both of the Defendants argued that the oral contract was unenforceable by law and the damages were also not calculated correctly. Facts Plaintiff Wendling‚ who was a farmer and stockman‚ met Defendant Puls‚ who was a cattle

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  • Plaintiff Case Study

    and injuring the Plaintiff and damaging the Plaintiff‚ which added injury to the Pliainff’s existing Physical Disability. The Defendants elected to ignore the line of verbal communication and warring’s from the Plaintiff and the Plaintiff’s wife that the Plaintiff already had a disability and did not want to risk further injuries. The Defendant’s actions showed gross negligence‚ non-reasonable moving practices‚ lying to the Plaintiff‚ which constitutes fraud‚ total disregard for Plaintiff’s

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  • Foreign Capital

    mills Ltd. Which is the respondent of this case .in this particular case the plaintiff pleads that he has provided his services which are not being treated well . the plaintiff dispatches some wagons of coal as an agent to the textile mills at a price of 11936/78 paisa . But the party to which he sells the goods does not collect the goods on time which further leads the railway authority to cease the good . the plaintiff had to make the payment on the behalf of the textile mill with the amount

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  • Civil Tort Complaint Example

    Multnomah County Roy Keane ) Plaintiff ) Roy Keane’s vs. ) First Amended ) Complaint Bryce Caldwell ) Defendant ) Assault‚ Battery‚ and Intentional ) Infliction of Emotional Distress ) ) ) Not Subject to Mandatory ) Arbitration Plaintiff‚ Roy Keane by his attorney‚ Walter Meier files his Complaint against defendants as follows: Claim 1 – Assault 1. Plaintiff‚ Roy Keane accompanied his wife to

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  • Complaint and Summons Capstone

    SUPERIOR COURT : SHAYLA SMITH‚ A MINOR CHILD AND MARY SMITH N/O/F : Plaintiff‚ : J. D. OF CONNECTICUT v. : AT NEW HAMSHIRE OD FAMILY CAMPGROUND‚ INC. : ROBERT TUTTLE : SUSAN TUTTLE : Defendants. : August 24‚ 2013 COMPLAINT COUNT ONE – NEGLIGENCE (OD Family Campground) 1. The Plaintiff‚ Shayla Smith a minor child by and through Mary Smith N/O/F‚ (Plaintiff)‚ is a resident of New Hartford‚ Connecticut. 2. Upon information and belief

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  • PA205

    STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS JUSTIN WILLIAM KING‚ ) ) Plaintiff. ) ) ) v. ) ) ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMPANIES‚ INC. ) ) Defendant. ) ____________________________________) COMPLAINT Comes now the plaintiff‚ Justin King‚ by and through his attorney‚ states as follows: PARTIES AND JURISDICTION 1. Plaintiff‚ for all times mentioned herein‚ was and is a resident of Cook County‚ State of Illinois. 2. Defendant

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  • Legal Drafting

    Karimullah Son of Late Mr Rahimullah House No. B24 Mirpur 10‚ Dhaka ...........................Plaintiff VERSUS Mr Halim Miah Son of Late Mr Lala Miah C54‚ Amin Bazar‚ Savar‚ Dhaka .......................Defendants Suit for Recovery of Possassion Under Section 8 of the Specific Relief Act 1877 Suit Value 460000 Taka The plaintiff most respectfully states as follows: 1. That the plaintiff is a reputed businessman lives in house no B24 Mirpur 10 Dhaka.. 2. That the defendant is also

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  • Sumerel v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Case Study

    and Kerry Dicke‚ and Bart Kaufman are all the plaintiffs and appellants since they are suing and also appealing the decision. The Good Year Tire & Rubber Company is the defendant and the appellees since they are being sued and contesting the appeal. History of the case: Bob and Sallie Sumerel‚ Steven and Ann Berzin‚ Dane and Kerry Dicke‚ and Bart Kaufman are suing Good Year due to a the defective manufactured hose that was installed in the plaintiffs’ heating systems in all their cars. Good Year

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