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Fairmount Glass Works v. Crunden-Martin Woodenware Co.

51 S.W. 196 (1899)

tl;dr: A glass manufacturer refused to fulfill an order for Mason jars. The manufacturer was held liable because the price quote they sent, inviting the buyer’s acceptance, was a binding offer to sell.

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Facts:Crunden-Martin Woodenware Co. (plaintiff) sued Fairmount Glass Works (defendant) for...

Holding:The defendant refers the court to authorities holding that a...

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