Northwestern University Law Review Volume 6

Northwestern University Law Review Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...seen."8 is ordinarily entitled to no compensationf" 101. Smith 11. Kimball, 193 Mass. 582, 79 N. E. 800; Leonard 11. Eldridge, 184 Mass. 594, 69 N. E. 337. In Girardeau 21. Gibson, 122 Ga., 313. 50 S. IE. 91. the sale which a first broker had negotiated was abandoned with the consent of all of the parties concerned, including the broker, and the broker was not thereafter allowed commission when the property was subsequently sold to the same purchaser upon practically the same terms, but when there had been no bad faith in the transactions. 102. Tinges 'U. Moale, 25 Md. 480, 90 Am. Dec. 73. In Gilbert 11. McCullough, --Iowa, --, 125 N. W. 172, it was said: ' "By withholding the name of the purchaser proposed, the agent voluntarily kept from his principal the knowledge which would have enabled the latter to protect himself as well as the agent, and therefore the latter, rather than the principal, was at fault." In Johnson Bros. 1). Wright, 124 Iowa 61, 99 N. VV. 103. it was held that the notice must be not only sent, but received, during the time originally set for the duration of the agency. In Gibbons 'U. Sherwin, 24 Neb. 146, 44 N. W. 99, however, there was originally no time limit set, and while to the principal's knowledge negotiations probably successful were pending, he set a time limit and required notice within that time. The notice was sent within the time, but received' only later, and the broker was allowed to recover. It is not necessary that the broker shall 'have notified his principal of the name of the purchaser where the principal's conduct shows that it would' have been of no use: Feist 2/. Jerolamon, --N. J. L.--, 75 At. 751. But there may be different situations....show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236793478