S-creek Ranch, Inc. v. Monier & Company
509 P.2D 777, 1973.WY.0000024
Supreme Court of Wyoming
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Appellant, plaintiff below, asserted its claim against appellees, defendants below, based upon an alleged breach of warranty and the unfitness of certain sheep for the purpose for which it purchased them. The parties will be described in this opinion as they appeared in the district court. Defendant Monier, by way of answer, denied the contentions of the plaintiff and asserted that any losses were resultant from plaintiffs negligence, and that it had failed to mitigate damages, and further that Monier was acting only as an agent of the remaining defendants. By cross-complaint against defendant Rome Hill, Monier claimed for any loss it might suffer by reason of any judgment against it. Defendants Rome Hill, Wyman, and Redland denied the contentions of the plaintiff, asserted its negligence, denied any warranty, and raised the question of failure to give proper notice of the breach to the defendants and to cover, by substitution of animals (Â§Â§ 34-2-712 and 34-2-715, W.S. 1957, 1971 Cum. Supp.); and by cross-complaint against defendant Monier asserted their entitlement to recover from Monier any judgment against them as a result of this suit.
- Category: Law
- Published: May 07, 1973
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 17 Pages
- Language: English