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Mills v. Wyman

3 Pick. [20 Mass.] 207 (1825) (Mass. 1825)

tl;dr: A father found out that a stranger provided his son with shelter and comfort after his son fell ill. The son ultimately died, but the father promised to pay the stranger for the expenses he incurred caring for his son. But the father never sent payment.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:Defendant Wyman’s son was traveling and fell ill. Plaintiff Mills provided...

Holding:A moral obligation is not a sufficient consideration to support...

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