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C.R. Klewin, Inc. v. Flagship Properties, Inc.

220 Conn. 569 (Conn. 1991)

tl;dr: A company and a man they wanted to hire publicized their agreement to work together and shook on it, but they never entered into a written agreement for most of the job to be done. The company became unhappy with the man's work and hired someone else.

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Facts:Defendant Flagship Properties engaged Plaintiff C.R. Klewin to serve as...

Holding:When a contract contains no express terms about the time...

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