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Columbia Nitrogen Corp. v. Royster Co.

451 F.2d 3 (1971)

tl;dr: A company bought less than a tenth of the minimum quantity of a product they agreed to buy. The court admitted evidence showing that the parties’ course of dealing and common industry practices made the company’s behavior consistent with the contract.

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Facts:F.S. Royster Guano Co. (plaintiff) sued Columbia Nitrogen Corp. (defendant)...

Holding:Though many Virginia cases have held that extrinsic evidence may...

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