Contract – Statute of frauds – Broker/finder provision – Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly
June 1, 2022
Where a plaintiff brought suit alleging breach of an oral contract, a grant of summary judgment in favor of the defendant should be affirmed because the plaintiff did not satisfy the special provision of the Massachusetts statute of frauds for brokers and finders (G.L.c. 259, §7).
“In this action under Massachusetts law by Joseph B. Shea …
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