California Jurisprudence; A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of the State of California Volume 4

California Jurisprudence; A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of the State of California Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...broker is entitled to his commission.17 Nevertheless, if the contract provides that if the title proves bad, the contract shall be void, and if, because of such defect of title, the broker cannot fulfill the obligations of his eontract, he can recover no fee.18 10. Swank & Litton v. Roberts, 13. Purcell v. Firth, 175 Cal. 746, 24 Cal. App. 730, 142 Pac. 104. 167 Pac. 379; Martin v. fide, 103 11. Smith v. Schiele, 93 Cal. 144, Cal. 157, 37 Pac. 199; Levy v. 28 Pac. 857. Dusenbery, 32 Cal. App. 411, 163 12. Realty Bonds & Finance Co. Pac. 231; Benedict v. Wilson, 10 v. Point Richmond etc. Co., 171 Cal. App. 719, 103 Pac. 350; Cal. 238, 152 Pac. 433; Stanton v. Sanchez v. Yorba, 8 Cal. App. 490, Carnahan, 15 Cal. App. 527, 115 97 Pac. 205. Pac. 339. See supra, 33. Applications of rule.--The principle above set forth applies in the case of a resale under an option. It is matter of common knowledge that men frequently obtain what are termed options on real property, and then employ brokers to negotiate a sale at an enhanced price, the title being all the while in others. So, too, brokers often sell grain for future delivery on account of principals who do not or may not own a kernel of the commodity; yet in the absence of law prohibiting such sales 14. Martin v. Ede, 103 Cal. 157, 25 Pac. 430; Condee v. Barton, 62 37 Pac. 199; Smith v. Sohiele, 93 Cal. 1 (holding that under such Cal. 144, 28 Pac. S57; Phelps v. circumstances the broker is not Prusch, 83 Cal. 626, 23 Pac. 1111; estopped from claiming his commisGonzales v. Broad, 57 Cal. 224; sions). Middleton v. Findler, 25 Cal. 76; yj. Campbell v. Thomas, 87 Cal. Carrington v. Smithers, 26 Cal. 42S, 25 Pac. 545. App. 400, 147 Pac. 225; Farrington 18 Lin y m v. McClellan, 26 Cal. App....show more

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  • Paperback | 420 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 22mm | 744g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236599756
  • 9781236599759