Seymour v. Western Railroad Company,
106 U.S. 320 (1882)

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Seymour v. Western Railroad Company, 106 U.S. 320 (1882)

Seymour v. Western Railroad Company

Decided November 13, 1882

106 U.S. 320


In an action upon a covenant contained in an agreement between the covenantor and "S. and such other parties as he may associate with him under the name of S. & Company," signed and sealed by the covenantor, and signed "S. & Co." by the hand of S., acting in behalf and by authority of the partnership, to pay to "the said S. & Company, parties of the second part" for work to be done by them, all those who are partners at the time of the signing of the agreement may join.

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