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Wagner Excello Foods, Inc. v. Fearn Int’l, Inc.

601 N.E.2d 956 (Ill. App. 1992)

tl;dr: A party to a contract for sale argued that the contract was unenforceable because it lacked an express price term. The court held that the contract may still be enforceable if the parties intended to enter an agreement without settling on a price.

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Facts:Wagner Excello Foods, Inc. (plaintiff) sued Fearn International, Inc. (defendant)...

Holding:To be enforceable, a contract must show a manifestation of...

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