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Adbar, L.C. v. New Beginnings C-Star
C. and A. Development Co. (CACC) (defendant) and Benning Constriction Co. (Benning) (plaintiff) were subcontractors on a sewer line installation project. Their agreement expressed the accompanying: “It has additionally concurred that [Benning] will get $20,000 for supervision which will be added to the actual cost figure.” Benning’s president was to direct the supervision of the venture. Benning could exhibit evidence of a verbal consent to pay its president a salary and living expenses—in addition to the $20,000—while he administered. The trial court granted Benning $20,000 for supervision in addition to $18,600 for salary and living expenses while its president was occupied with such supervision. CACC appealed as to the amount of this supervision award.
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