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" In this country, where one is to make repairs on the house of another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the erection of a house, and his contract becomes impossible of performance on account of the destruction... "
Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial ... - Page 524
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1892
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Ruling Cases, Volume 1

Robert Campbell - Annotations and citations (Law) - 1894
...the house of another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the erection of a house, and his contract becomes...may recover for what he has done or furnished. In Clear// v. So/tier, 120 Masschusetts, 210, the plaintiff made a contract to lath and plaster a certain...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 79

Abraham Clark Freeman - Law reports, digests, etc - 1901
...where one is to make repairs or do any other work on the house of another nnder a special contract, and his contract becomes impossible of performance on account of the destruction of the house without any fault on his part, then he may recover for what he has done. This case comes clearly within...
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A Selection of Cases on the Law of Contracts, Volume 2

Samuel Williston - Contracts - 1904 - 909 pages
...a house of another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the erection of a house, and his contract becomes...attention, that he may recover for what he has done or furnishedj In Cleary S7 Sohier, 120 Mass. 210, the plaintiff made a contract to mth and plaster j a...
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Cases on Quasi-contracts

James Brown Scott - Quasi contracts - 1905 - 772 pages
...a house of another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the erection of a house, and his contract becomes...our attention, that he may recover for what he has dome or furnished. In. Cleary v. Sohier, 120 Mass. 210, the plaintiff made a contract to lath and plaster...
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Carpentry and Building, Volume 30

Architecture - 1908
...house of another under a special contract, or Is to furnish a part of the materials and labor used In the erection of a house, and his contract becomes...of performance on account of the destruction of the bouse, he may recover for the work that he has done or the materials that he has furnished. In Cleary...
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Engineering Law, Volume 1

Alexander Haring - Engineering law - 1910
...where one is to make repairs or do any other work on the house of another under a special contract, and his contract becomes impossible of performance on account of the destruction of the house without any fault on his part, then he may recover for what he has done. This case comes clearly within...
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Law and Business ...

William Homer Spencer - Commercial law - 1911
...a house of another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the erection of a house, and his contract becomes...may recover for what he has done or furnished. In deary v. Sohier, 120 Mass. 210, the plaintiff made a contract to lathe and plaster a certain building...
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A Treatise on the Measure of Damages: Or, An Inquiry Into the ..., Volume 2

Theodore Sedgwick - Damages - 1912 - 3400 pages
...the house of another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the erection of a house, and his contract becomes...performance on account of the destruction of the house by fire, he may recover for what he has done or furnished.83 And on the same principle recovery may...
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Modern American Law: A Systematic and Comprehensive Commentary on ..., Volume 7

Eugene Allen Gilmore, William Charles Wermuth - Law - 1914
...another under a special contract, or is to furnish a part of the work and materials used in the 781 erection of a house, and his contract becomes impossible...contract to lath and plaster a certain building for 40 cents per square yard. The building was destroyed by a fire which was an unavoidable casualty. The...
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Contracts: Reprinted from Ruling Case Law, Vol. 6, for Law School Purposes Only

Ruling Case Law - Contracts - 1915 - 474 pages
...where one is to make repairs or do any other work on the house of another under a special contract, and his contract becomes impossible of performance on account of the destruction of the house without any fault on his part, he may recover for what he has done. It has been suggested that as the...
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