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ROWE-PEACOCK & ASSOCIATES, INC. v. PRUITT.
46756.
HALL, Presiding Judge.
Action on account. Fulton Civil Court. Before Judge Fryer.
In an action on open account for printing services and materials, the defendant appeals from the judgment. The trial judge sat without a jury. By defendant's own admission, the amount sued for was due and undisputed. The issue is: who owed the money?
Despite copious argument and citation of the law of agency, the issue here is factual: Did the plaintiff-printer look upon the defendant as his customer (they had done business for five years as outlined above) or as merely the agent of the defendant's various clients; i.e., to whom was the credit extended? There was sufficient evidence that plaintiff looked to the defendant for payment to authorize the trial court's judgment.
Edward J. Henning, for appellee.
M. K. Pentecost, Jr., for appellant.
ARGUED JANUARY 7, 1972 -- DECIDED JANUARY 18, 1972.
Friday May 22 15:09 EDT


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