Washington Law Review
Action for damages for breach of an express warranty. C, at P's request, located a tractor for sale. P agreed to purchase the tractor if D, its owner, would give a warranty of condition. D and C assured P that such a warranty would be made. D addressed a warranty formulated according to P's specifications to C. C purchased the tractor, resold it to P, and delivered to P the statement of warranty. Trial court found for P. Appeal. Held: Affirmed. P, as beneficiary, may sue D directly for breach of the warranty, as D and C intended that the benefit of the warranty should run to P. Jeffery v. Hanson, 139 Wash. Dec. 789, 239 P. 2d 346 (1952).
John L. Hay,
Sales—Breach of Express Warranty—Action by Sub-Purchaser,
27 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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