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|Title:||Moots : Jones vs. Cardwell noe. et.|
Ganado, Joseph M.
Law -- Study and teaching
|Publisher:||Malta Law Students' Society|
|Citation:||Frendo, V. & Ganadao, J. M. (1946). Moots : Jones vs. Cardwell noe. et. The Law Journal, 1(4), 56-60.|
|Abstract:||MESSRS. Falzon Brothers purchased a machine from the Government of Malta for Lm2,000. The Government undertook the obligation of supervising the transport of the machine to, a certain factory, without, however, taking any responsibility for breakages etc.; it was also agreed that the transport expenses were to be borne by the purchasers and that a particular Transport Finn was to be entrusted by the Government with the task. Mr. John Attard, a trustworthy Government employee, was charged with the duty of supervising the carriage of the machine. Mr. Attard, together with the employees of the Transport Company, without asking for permission used a small cart belonging to purchasers in order to convey the machine into a room of the factory of Messrs. Falzon Bros. The cart which was defective, broke down, seriously damaging the machine.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Volume 1, Issue 4, 1946|
Volume 1, Issue 4, 1946
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