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Bremmeyer Excavating, Inc. v. McKenna
Washington Court of Appeals
721 P.2d 567 (1986)
Gerald Parks hired Bremmeyer Excavating, Inc. (plaintiff) to perform certain filling activities on his property. The parties’ contract gave Bremmeyer an exclusive five-year time period within which to conduct the activities. During this five-year period, John McKenna (defendant) bought the property from Parks. McKenna used another company to fill the property. Bremmeyer sued McKenna for breach of contract, alleging that its contract with Parks ran with the land and bound McKenna. The trial court held that the contract did not bind McKenna. Bremmeyer appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Grosse, J.)
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