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When is the Supreme Court justified in not following the doctrine of stare decisis?
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Mountain Stream Trout Company agreed to buy "market size" trout from trout grower Lake Farms, LLC. Their five-year contract did not define market size. At the time, in the trade, market size referred to fish of one-pound live weight. After three years, Mountain Stream began taking fewer, smaller deliveries of larger fish, claiming that market size ...
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Camal Terry signed a "Sales Contract" to buy a 1995 BMW 3 Series from Robin Drive Auto, a car dealership in Delaware. Terry agreed to pay $4,995, and Robin Drive agreed to hold the BMW on layaway for him in contemplation of a sale within twenty-one days. Also specified were a down payment of $1,200 and the timing of other payments. Under the paymen...
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Medalist Golf, Inc., a high-end golf course builder, was working on a new golf course project in Missouri. Chris Williams, doing business as Cane Creek Sod, submitted a bid with Medalist to provide Meyer Zoysia grass sod for the project. Williams and Medalist executed a "grass supplier agreement" that specified the type and quality of grass to be u...
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New England Precision Grinding, Inc. (NEPG), sells precision medical parts in Massachusetts. NEPG agreed to supply Kyphon, Inc., with stylets and nozzles. NEPG contracted with Simply Surgical, LLC, to obtain the parts from Iscon Surgicals, Ltd. The contract did not mention Kyphon or require Kyphon's acceptance of the parts. Before shipping, Iscon w...
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