Dickinson v. Dodds

Dickinson v. Dodds - then later to Dodds himself shortly...

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Page: 176 Class Notes Case: Court / Date: Judge: Facts: Issue: Holding: Rule: Dickinson v. Dodds Ct. of App. Chancery Div, 1876 L.J. James June 10, 1874 - D., John Dodds, signed and delivered a memorandum to Georgre Dickinson, P., Read as follows: (See p. 176). Dickinson thought he had until Fri. 9am to accept. Thurs. Am 3 rd party agent of Dickinson, Berry, notified Dickinson that Dobbs intended to sell to another person. P. then attempted to deliver formal acceptance to D.’s mother, who forgot to convey the message, and
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Unformatted text preview: then later to Dodds himself shortly before 9am on Fri. Dodds stated that he had already sold, and P. brought this action for specific performance of the properties. Whether the wording of the letter to the D. bound the D. to deal exclusively with the P. concerning the sale of the poprerty in the offer. No. This was no consideration given by the D. not to sell the property until said time. Further, the P. knew that the offer was revoked when notified of D.s intent to sell to another person....
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