Beecher v. City Terre Haute - Supreme Court Of Indiana

Beecher v. City Terre Haute

By Supreme Court Of Indiana

  • Release Date - Published: 1956-02-09
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Supreme Court Of Indiana
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This is an appeal from a judgment entered on special findings of facts and Conclusions of law denying appellant an injunction to prohibit rescission of a contract for removal of garbage for the City of Terre Haute. The assignment of errors here charged the trial court erred in overruling appellants motion for a new trial. The sole cause for the motion for new trial is "the decision of the court is contrary to law." The plaintiffs third amended complaint pleaded as an exhibit Special Ordinance No. 3 of 1951, passed by the Common Council of the City of Terre Haute the 8th day of February, 1951, and approved by the Mayor the 10th day of February, approving a contract, which incorporated specifications therefor, as executed by the Board of Public Works and Safety and the Mayor in behalf of the City, and Raymond J. Kearns and Joseph Candelori, doing business as Sanitary Garbage Collection, hereinafter referred to as the contractors, whereby the contractors agreed to collect, remove and dispose of garbage in said city for a period of five years from the 11th day of March, 1951, for which the city promised to pay the sum of $29,747.00 per year.

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