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Taylor v Laird[1856]
Taylor v Laird[1856]
The claimant was a captain on a ship that was owned by the defendants. Half way through the voyage he declared to give up the captaincy and carried on as a crew member for his passage back home. He tried to claim wages but failed.
Guthing v Lynn [1831]
Guthing v Lynn [1831]
There was a contract drawn up for the sale and purchase of a horse. The defendant promised to pay an additional £5 ‘if the horse was lucky’
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