Minneapolis Gas Light Co. v. Kerr Murray Mfg. Co.
122 U.S. 300 (1887)

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Minneapolis Gas Light Co. v. Kerr Murray Mfg. Co., 122 U.S. 300 (1887)

Minneapolis Gas Light Company v. Kerr Murray Manufacturing Company

Argued May 9, 1887

Decided May 27, 1887

122 U.S. 300


From the evidence in this case, the court is satisfied that the verbal contract which forms the subject of the controversy did not fix any time for the completion of the work, and that the work was completed within a reasonable time, and it affirms the decree of the court below.

In equity to enforce a mechanics' lien. Decree for the complainant. The respondent appealed. The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

Page 122 U. S. 301

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