During the period covered by this survey article, there have not been many cases in the field of contracts. In two of the cases the only question before the court was the sufficiency of the evidence, and in both of these cases the Tennessee Court of Appeals found that there was sufficient evidence to sustain the lower court, without going into an analysis of the evidence. Thus, there is no comment that can properly be made concerning those cases. There were two other cases, however, upon which some comment can properly be made.
Contracts-Third Party Beneficiary-Right of County to Assert Claim for Taxes as Beneficiary of Contract Between City and Tennessee Valley Authority
Contracts-Union Members as Third Party Beneficiary Under Collective Bargaining Contract Between Union and Employer-Interpretation of Control Provision Governing Vacation Pay.
Paul J. Hartman,
Contracts -- 1958 Tennessee Survey,
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