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Taylor v. Caldwell

122 Eng. Rep. 309 (1863)

tl;dr: The plaintiff rented out the defendant’s music venue for a concert series, but the venue burned down before the first concert. Both parties were excused from their obligations under the contract.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:Taylor (plaintiff) sued Caldwell (defendant) for damages after Caldwell’s music...

Holding:Generally, a party that assumes an obligation to do something...

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