HOFFMAN et al. v. RED OWL STORES et al.
II. CITATION:26 Wis. 2d 683; 133 N.W.2d 267; 1965 Wisc. LEXIS 1026
Hoffman (plaintiff) was the owner/operator of a bakery. In 1959, the plaintiff decided to contact
Red Owl Stores (defendant), a franc
BROWN et al. v. OLIVER et al.
II. CITATION: 256 P. 1008 (1927)
Brown (plaintiff) purchased a piece of land from Oliver (defendant) which had a hotel on it. In
the contract, there was no mention of what would happen to the hotel furniture af
PIERSON et al. v. POST et al.
II. CITATION:3 Cai. R. 175, 2 Am. Dec. 264 (N.Y. 1805)
Post (plaintiff) was hunting a fox with his hounds, and while pursuing it, Pierson (defendant)
killed the fox without knowing that Post had already been hu
PASET et al. v. OLD ORCHARD BANK & TRUST et al.
II. CITATION:62 Ill. App. 3d 534; 378 N.E.2d 1264; 1978 Ill. App. LEXIS 3919; 19 Ill. Dec. 389
On May 8th, 1974, Paset (plaintiff) visited her bank in which she has a safety deposit box, Old
VOKES et al. v. ARTHUR MURRAY et al.
II. CITATION: 22 Ill.212 So. 2d 906 (Fla. 2d DCA 1968)
Vokes (plaintiff), at 51 years old decided she would like to become a professional dancer. She
began to take lessons at a dance studio owned by Arth
COHN et al. v. FISHER et al.
II. CITATION: 118 N.J. Super. 286, 287 A.2d 222 (N.J. Super.L.1972)
On May 19th, 1986 Fisher (Defendant) and Cohn (Plaintiff) entered into a verbal agreement for
the purchase of Cohns boat. Fisher offered $4,650
LAWRENCE et al. v. FOX et al.
II. CITATION:20 N.Y. 268; 1859 N.Y. LEXIS 192
Holly made a loan to Fox (defendant) for $300. At that same time, Holly owed money to
Lawrence (plaintiff) for $300. Holly was supposed to pay the $300 back to Lawr
ODORIZZI et al. v. BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT et al.
II. CITATION: 246 Cal. App. 2d 123; 54 Cal. Rptr. 533; 1966 Cal. App. LEXIS 1010
On June 11th, 1964, Odorizzi (plaintiff) was arrested for criminal homosexual behaviors. Two
days later on
RAFFLES et al. v. WICHELHAUS et al.
II. CITATION: 2 H. & C. 906
Raffles (plaintiff) entered into a contract with Wichelhaus (defendant), in which Wichelhaus
agreed to purchase 125 bales of cotton from Raffles.
The contract specified that th
LUCY et al. v. ZEHMER et al.
II. CITATION:196 Va. 493; 84 S.E.2d 516; 1954 Va. LEXIS 244
On an evening in December of 1952, Zehmer (defendant) and Lucy (plaintiff) met at a restaurant.
After having some alcoholic beverages, Zehmer agreed to