Rogers Locomotive & Machine Works v. Helm,
154 U.S. 610 (1875)

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Rogers Locomotive & Machine Works v. Helm, 154 U.S. 610 (1875)

Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works v. Helm

No. 134

Argued January 12, 1875

Decided February 1, 1875

154 U.S. 610


To justify a decree for the specific performance of a parol contract for the sale of real estate, the contract sought to be enforced, and its performance on the part of the vendee mast be clearly proved, and in this case it is not so proved in several particulars.

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