Firfield Tool Co. v. James Lee, Jr. & James G. Duke

Order: 
Supreme Court Case Name: 
Firfield Tool Co. v. James Lee, Jr. & James G. Duke
Case Date: 
1900
Court Origin: 
Chancery
Cause/Crime: 
Replevin

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Division: 
West
Number of Pages: 
329
Notes / Description: 

Lee owner of Lee Gin & Machine Co.; Duke manager of business. Plaintiff states that in Dec. 1896 it sold an engine to the defendant worth $1250, $500 of which to be paid in 3 installments, remainder paid for in $795 worth of tools to be delivered to plaintiff. Defendant did not pay $500; tools received were not the ones contracted for and in such poor condition they were not worth expected cash value. Plaintiff applying for writ of replevin.