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Price v Easton (1833)
Price v Easton (1833)

The defendant had agreed with a second party that if that party had carried out the specified work he would pay £19 to the claimant, a third party to the contract. The work was completed but the defendant failed to stick to his word and pay. The claimant tried to claim for the money but failed.

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