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Patureau-Miran C. Boudier

Cour de Cassation
Cass. Rep., 15 June 1892 [S.1893.1.28]


Patureau-Miran (defendant) rented farmland to Garnier-Godard. During Garnier-Godard’s tenancy, Boudier (plaintiff) sold Garnier-Godard manure for use on the farm. Subsequently, Garnier-Godard breached the lease by falling behind on rent, and Patureau-Miran terminated the lease. As part of the settlement of the breach, Patureau-Miran took legal possession of the crop that Garnier-Godard had planted. Boudier sought to recover the charges for the manure from Patureau-Miran. The trial court ruled in favor of Boudier. Patureau-Miran appealed.

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