Nichols v. Raynbred

Court of King’s Bench, 1615.

Hobart, 88.

Dawson, pp. 777-778


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.


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