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Pennsy Supply, Inc. v. American Ash Recycling Corp.
Citation:Superior Court of Pennsylvania, 2006. 895 A.2d 595.
ProfessorMelissa A. Hale
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Plaintiff is a subcontractor that was taken with paving a driveway and parking lot. In acquiring the materials to do so, it contracted with the defendant for AggRite to be used in the construction. AggRite is a hazardous material that imposes substantial costs for disposal according to federal law. The defendant was giving the AggRite away in order to avoid these costs, and represented its suitability for use in asphalt. The paving was sub-standard, and the plaintiff was forced to complete remedial work free of charge. The plaintiff brought suit agains the defendant under a theory that there was a contract. Defendant denied there was a contract on the grounds that there was not consideration. The trial court agreed, and the plaintiff appeals in this action.
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