Nichols v. Raynbred
Court of King’s Bench, 1615.
Facts: Nichols exchanged the promise of a cow with Raynbred for the promise of 50 shillings. Nichols sued Raynbred. Nichols won.
Issue: I dunno.
Rule: The plaintiff does not have to plead that the cow was delivered in order to prevail at trial (for some reason).
Analysis: What analysis?
Conclusion: The plaintiff wins in both courts.