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Jacob & Youngs, Inc. v. Kent

129 N.E. 889 (1921)

tl;dr: A general contractor used the wrong brand of pipe when building a home. The difference was insignificant, so they didn’t need to replace it.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:General contractor Jacob & Youngs, Inc. (plaintiff) brought a suit...

Holding:The plaintiff’s error appears not to be fraudulent or willful,...

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