Brief Northern Corp. v. Chugach Electrical Association

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Cameron Hartman 10/27/09 Seat #59 NORTHERN CORP. v. CHUGACH ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATION Facts:  In the year 1966, Chugach Electrical Association (Chugach) hired Northern Corp.  (Northern) to transport rocks over a lake when the lake was, at the time, frozen. The contract  specified the method of which the quarried rocks would be transferred. The contract specified  that the rock would be hauled by truck once the ice froze to a sufficient depth to support the  weight of the vehicles. In the same year, water overflowed and Northern complained about  unsafe condition but Chugach insisted on performance. One year later, one of Northern’s trucks  sank with few casualties. After this, difficulties persisted and Northern ceased operations with  approval from Chugach. In January of 1968, Chugach proved that they have no soul, as they  notified Northern that they would not pay any money unless Northern fulfilled their duty until 
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