Wood
v.
Brown

Not overruled or negatively treated on appealinfoCoverage
Appellate Court of IllinoisFeb 24, 1947
71 N.E.2d 841 (Ill. App. Ct. 1947)
71 N.E.2d 841330 Ill. App. 618

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Gen. No. 9,517. (Abstract of Decision.)

Opinion filed February 24, 1947 Released for publication March 24, 1947

BROKERS, § 105when judgment for plaintiff in action to recover broker's commission was supported by evidence. In action to recover commission for sale of real estate belonging to defendant, judgment for plaintiff was not manifestly against weight of evidence where circumstances tended to corroborate testimony of plaintiff, both as to existence of oral contract with defendant for sale of farm for usual and customary commission and as to plaintiff's efforts being procuring cause of sale.

See Callaghan's Illinois Digest, same topic and section number.

Appeal from the Circuit Court of Vermilion county; the Hon. CASPER PLATT, Judge, presiding.

Affirmed. Heard in this court at the February term, 1947.

Steely, Dysert Norwood, for appellant;

H.M. Steely, Jr., of counsel;

V.W. McIntire, for appellee.


Not to be published in full. Opinion filed February 24, 1947; released for publication March 24, 1947.