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Case brief 17 - Holding The judgment affirmed Rationale The...

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Case brief 17: Court of Appeals of Kentucky. NOBLE et al. v. WILLIAMS et al. Nov. 7, 1912. Facts: Plaintiffs were hired to teach the public school in contracting and were volunteers. The school board failed to pay rent for the schoolhouse and some else necessary to conduct of the school. Issues: Whether or not should the school pay the expenditure?
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Unformatted text preview: Holding: The judgment affirmed. Rationale: The teachers, in contracting and paying these obligations, were volunteers. No man, entirely of his own volition, can make another his debtor. So the school had responsibility to furnish a place for conducting the school but not to pay the expenditure....
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