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Courteen Seed Co. v. Abraham

275 P. 684 (1929)

tl;dr: A grain dealer solicited business from a seed company, but then refused to sell to them. The court ruled that there was no contract because the grain dealer’s solicitation was not an offer.

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Facts:Courteen Seed Co. (plaintiff) sued Abraham (defendant) for his breach...

Holding:A contract should be construed to effectuate the intention of...

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