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Contract Case Law STUDY PLAY Dougherty v Salt gift promises are generally not enforceable Schnell v Nell nominal consideration is not sufficient for a legal obligation Kirksey v Kirksey Reliance on land and work is not sufficient consideration Feinbery v Hancock Bank v

Where the option is completely unrestricted some courts say that the party having the option has promised nothing and the contract is void for lack of mutuality Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 5 Cir 296 F 693 Oakland Motor [150 F 2d 645] Car Co v Indiana Automobile Co 7 Cir 201 F 499

Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida Case No 1:08-cv-23001 Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange-Crush Co 291 F 102 Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida v State of Florida No 02-22778 (S D Fla Apr 28 2003) 55 57 Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida v State of Florida

is an illusory contract Howard Cole Co v Williams 157 Fla 851 27 So 2d 352 (1946) Where one party retains to itself the option of fulfilling or declining to fulfill its obligations under the contract there is no valid contract and neither side may be bound Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange-Crush Co 291 F 102 (D Fla 1923

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL THIRD DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL THIRD DISTRICT OF FLORIDA CASE NO: 3D16-1881 Lower Tribunal Case No: Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange-Crush Co 291 F 102 (D Fla 1923) affirmed this case by the lower court except for collateral matters

FootNotes 1 Mutuality of obligation is a concept separate and distinct from the equitable doctrine requiring mutuality of remedy In equity lack of mutuality means that equity will not give specific performance to a contract unless there is mutuality in the sense that the plaintiff's promise so far as it is still unperformed is capable of equitable enforcement 1 Williston on Contracts 3d

Prefab Manufacturing Co (Signed) Leo E Hubbard Credit Department (Signed) J W Galbraith The foregoing offer was accepted by plaintiff who entered into the performance of the agreement With the consent of defendants this agreement was later assigned by plaintiff to Ravel Ffoulke Corporation

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McALLISTER Circuit Judge In May 1939 appellee World Bottling Company entered into a contract with appellant Big Cola Corporation in which appellee granted the right to manufacture a soft drink concentrate known as Dr Nut according to appellee's secret formula as well as the exclusive right to use the registered name Dr Nut in the sale of the concentrate in all states

Coca-Cola or Coke is a carbonated soft drink manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company Originally marketed as a temperance drink and intended as a patent medicine it was invented in the late 19th century by John Stith Pemberton and was bought out by businessman Asa Griggs Candler whose marketing tactics led Coca-Cola to its dominance of the world soft

Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 296 F 693 (5th Cir 1924) Peppercorn theory and nominal consideration – Minimal consideration: the Law will require real consideration not illusory consideration Facts: Orange gave Coca-Cola the exclusive right to bottle and to distribute Orange Crush the contract is in the form of a license

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Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 5 Cir 296 F 693 Oakland Motor Car Co v Indiana Automobile Co 7 Cir 201 F 499 These cases have been criticized by competent text writers and the latter case cited by this court with distinct lack of warmth as Judge Clark noted in Bushwick-Decatur Motors v

enforceable is an illusory contract Howard Cole Co v Williams 27 So 2d 352 (1946) Where one party retains to itself the option of fulfilling or declining to fulfill its obligations under the contract there is no valid contract and neither side may be bound Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 291 F 102 (D Fla 1923)

2 The Colorado Milling and Elevator Company (hereinafter Colorado) the plaintiff-appellee had over the past 40-50 years sold its Pikes Peak brand flour to the P P Williams Company (Williams) wholesale grocery firm under an agency agreement whereby Colorado agreed not to sell that brand of its flour to any other wholesaler within Williams' designated sales territory

enforceable is an illusory contract Howard Cole Co v Williams 27 So 2d 352 (1946) Where one party retains to itself the option of fulfilling or declining to fulfill its obligations under the contract there is no valid contract and neither side may be bound Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 291 F 102 (D Fla 1923)

There is quoted with approval from Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co C C A 5th Cir 296 F 693 694: It may be conceded that the appellee is liable to the appellant for damages for the period during which the contract was performed but for such damages the appellant has an adequate remedy at law

Where the option is completely unrestricted some courts say that the party having the option has promised nothing and the contract is void for lack of mutuality Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 5 Cir 296 F 693 Oakland Motor [150 F 2d 645] Car Co v Indiana Automobile Co 7 Cir 201 F 499

Bendix Home Appliances v Radio Accessories Co 8 Cir 129 F 2d 177 In Miami Coca-Cola Bottling Co v Orange Crush Co 5 Cir 296 F 693 appellant sought to enjoin cancellation of a contract whereby appellee was granted the exclusive right to manufacture orange crush and to bottle and distribute it under appellee's trade-mark

FootNotes 1 Mutuality of obligation is a concept separate and distinct from the equitable doctrine requiring mutuality of remedy In equity lack of mutuality means that equity will not give specific performance to a contract unless there is mutuality in the sense that the plaintiff's promise so far as it is still unperformed is capable of equitable enforcement 1 Williston on Contracts 3d

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