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Printing Center of Texas, Inc. v. Supermind Publishing Co.
Texas Court of Appeals
669 S.W.2d 779 (1984)
Printing Center of Texas (Printing Center) (defendant) contracted with Supermind Publishing (Supermind) (plaintiff) to print 5,000 books. The contract stated that the books would be printed on white paper and the sample book that Printing Center showed Supermind when Supermind decided to enter into the contract had white pages. The books that were actually delivered to Supermind had gray pages. In addition, the books that Supermind received had off center cover art, crooked and wrinkled pages, and inadequate perforation on a pull out page. Supermind brought suit seeking a refund of its deposit paid to Printing Center. The district court found in favor of Supermind and Printing Center appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Cannon, J.)
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