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Lefkowitz v. Great Minneapolis Surplus Store, Inc.

251 Minn. 188 (Minn. 1957)

tl;dr: Store refuses to sell a fur coat to customer for $1, even though the store advertised that it would sell fur coats for $1 on a "first come, first served basis." The customer was the first to arrive to the store.

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Facts:The Great Minneapolis Surplus Store ("GMSS") advertised a fur stole...

Holding:An advertisement constitutes a binding offer if it is clear,...

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