In Wells v. Alexandre, 130 N.Y. 642, 29 N.E. 142, 15 L.R.A. 218, the court held that the sale of steamers after making a contract for the supply of coal to them for one year did not relieve the original owners from the obligation to take the coal that the ordinary and accustomed use of the steamers required.Summary of this case from Texas Industries v. Brown
Argued October 13, 1891
Decided December 1, 1891
Geo. Bethune Adams for appellant.
Lewis Cass Ledyard for respondents.
PARKER, J., reads for reversal.
All concur, except HAIGHT, J., dissenting.