Ittin v. Nattenheimer, Gen. No. 41579.

CourtUnited States Appellate Court of Illinois
Writing for the CourtBURKE
Citation310 Ill.App. 262,33 N.E.2d 924
Docket NumberGen. No. 41579.
Decision Date23 April 1941


Appeal from Municipal Court of Chicago; Thomas A. Green, Judge.

Action by Jack Ittin against Martin L. Nattenheimer on a contract which provided for the sale of stock and for the cancellation of a contract whereby plaintiff was employed by the corporation which issued the stock sold. The major part of the contract was devoted to setting up machinery for the return of the stock certificate and the employment contract to plaintiff should defendant default in his payments, and the contract provided that if defendant defaulted, payments already made should be considered as liquidated damages. From a judgment for defendant, plaintiff appeals.

Affirmed. William J. Ruttenberg and Irving Goodman, both of Chicago, for appellant.

Sid Mogul, of Chicago, for appellee.

BURKE, Justice.

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