Vacation Village v. Hitachi America
1994.NV.40055 ; 110 Nev. 481; 874 P.2d 744
Supreme Court of Nevada
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Per Curiam: Appellant Vacation Village, Inc. negotiated the purchase of telephone equipment manufactured by respondent and supplied through a third-party distributor. Then it assigned its right to purchase the equipment to General Electric Capital Corporation (GECC), from whom Vacation Village had an agreement to lease the equipment. After the equipment was installed in Vacation Villages casino, a problem arose with the operation and use of the equipment. Consequently, Vacation Village filed a complaint against respondent for breach of the