Guidara & Terenzio v. R. Guastavino Co. Et

MA.188 , 190 N.E. 716, 502 (1934)(286 Mass)

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Descrizione dell’editore

LUMMUS, Justice. The plaintiff, a contractor, obtained a verdict against the defendant, the manufacturer of a plastering material called Akoustolith, for breach of a warranty of fitness. When used for finishing ceilings, that material, bought from the defendant, separated from the brown or base coat, fell, and had to be replaced. The plaintiff contended that the material, when applied with a binding coat of one part lime and one part sand insisted on by the defendant, gave insufficient cohesion. The defendant contended that the fault was in an oversanded brown or base coat beneath. The material sold to the plaintiff was part of a large lot made up for other buildings, including the Herald-Traveler Building, and the only exception argued by the defendant is to the exclusion of evidence that when used in that building with the same binding coat over a proper and usual base coat the material worked perfectly.

GENERE
Professionali e tecnici
PUBBLICATO
1934
28 maggio
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
3
EDITORE
LawApp Publishers
DIMENSIONE
68,8
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