Quandary Land Development Co. v. Porter
408 P.2D 978, 159 COLO. 8, 1965.CO.40004
Colorado Court of Appeals
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The Quandary Land Development Company, a Colorado corporation, hereinafter referred to as Quandary or the Corporation, brought an action against its former president, Vernon v. Porter, hereinafter referred to by name or as the defendant. It sought to recover monies allegedly due it as a result of certain alleged acts of commission and omission on the part of Porter while he was employed by the Corporation. It also sought to secure a judgment on a note allegedly given by Porter for certain stock. Trial was had to the court without a jury. The litigable issues were incorporated into a pretrial order by the court. Following the trial, judgment was entered in favor of the Corporation on two of its four claims. Motion for a new trial was dispensed with.