nected with evidence of the value of the sample, is immaterial, the question being the difference in values. ... to receive and communicate to him proposals for the sale of it, and C. assumed to sell the property to the plaintiff and sign a binding contract of sale. Held, that it was essential to the validity of any alleged ratification of such sale, by letters of the defendant to the ... Whether a delivery, under an agreement for the sale of chattels, is absolute or conditional depends upon the intent ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Condensed Digest of the Decisions of the Court of Appeals and the Commission of Appeals of the State of New York, as Reported in Tiffany's Reports, Twelve Volumes|
|Author||:||Oliver Lorenzo Barbour|