In Wright v. Motor Car Co. (Utah), 177 P. 237, the general manager of the defendant took a demonstration car owned by the defendant and went with a friend to see a young lady to take her to a dance.Summary of this case from Grier v. Grier
October 2, 1941.
Present — Crosby, P.J., Cunningham, Taylor, Dowling and McCurn, JJ.
Order reversed on the law and facts as a matter of discretion, with ten dollars costs and disbursements, and motion granted, with ten dollars costs. All concur. (The order denies defendant's motion for issuance of a supplemental summons directed to a third party in a negligence action.)