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Plaintiffs (appellants in Case No. 4963 and appellees in Case No. 5043) brought an action for damages against defendant Mary G. Tice (appellee in Case No. 4963) and defendant Charles T. Tice (appellant in Case No. 5043) founded on fraud and deceit and on breach of contract. Plaintiffs, as buyers, entered into an agreement with defendants, as sellers, for the purchase and sale of an oil and gas and related products business in Jackson, Wyoming, together with all of its assets. Defendant Mary G. Tice was granted a motion for summary judgment on the grounds that there was not a genuine issue as to the material facts concerning her involvement in the transaction and that she was entitled to judgment as a matter of law. The court expressly determined that there was no just reason for delay and directed entry of the judgment. Plaintiffs appeal from this judgment was docketed as Case No. 4963. The matter proceeded to trial against defendant Charles T. Tice and the jury returned a $126,000 verdict for plaintiffs. Judgment was entered thereon. Defendant Charles T. Tices appeal from this judgment was docketed as Case No. 5043. The two cases were consolidated on appeal.