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Hadley v. Baxendale

156 Eng. Rep 145 (1854)

tl;dr: A miller sent in a crank shaft for replacement and was told by the shipper that it would be delivered the next day. The shipper’s delay caused lost profits to the miller, but the shipper was not held liable for lost profits.

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Facts:Hadley (plaintiff), a miller, sued Baxendale (defendant) for failing to...

Holding:Where two parties have made a contract which one of...

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