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Jegen V. Berger

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In August, 1941, one George D. Klein sold a mangle or ironer to respondent under a conditional sale contract. Appellant Jegen, as the assignee of Klein, filed suit against respondent to recover the unpaid portion of the contract price, $965.66. Respondent answered, and also filed a cross-complaint in which he joined appellant Jegen and his assignee Klein as cross-defendants, alleging a one year guarantee in the original sales contract, a lack of fitness of such mangle for its intended purposes, and praying that he have judgment for $12,000 for loss of profits in his laundry business as a result thereof. The jury found in favor of respondent upon his cross-complaint and awarded him $4,000 damages against plaintiff and appellant Jegen, but the jury also found in favor of cross-defendant Klein. From the judgment entered upon the verdict plaintiff and cross-defendant Jegen appeals.

Jegen V. Berger
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: 25 November 1946
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Print Length: 24 Pages
  • Language: English
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