Reyer v. Blaisdell

Decision Date08 June 1914
Docket Number3911
Citation143 P. 385,26 Colo.App. 387
PartiesREYER et al. v. BLAISDELL.
CourtColorado Court of Appeals
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  • McKindley v. Citizens State Bank of Edgeley
    • United States
    • North Dakota Supreme Court
    • January 15, 1917
    ... ... 456, 40 N.W. 523; Tousley v ... Board of Education, 39 Minn. 419, 40 N.W. 509; ... Freeman v. Etter, 21 Minn. 2; Chase v ... Blaisdell, 4 Minn. 90, Gil. 60; Powers v ... Klinzie, 15 Mont. 177, 38 P. 833; Carlson v. Jordan, ... 4 Neb. (Unof.) 359, 93 N.W. 1130; Hill v ... A. & C. R. Co. v. Lange, 13 Ind.App ... 337, 41 N.E. 609; Mississinewa Min. Co. v. Andrews, ... 22 Ind.App. 523, 54 N.E. 146; Reyer v. Blaisdell, 26 ... Colo.App. 387, 143 P. 385; Wiesner v. Young, 50 ... Minn. 21, 52 N.W. 390; Palmer v. Davis, 28 N.Y. 246; ... Calkins v ... ...
  • Carlson v. McCoy
    • United States
    • Colorado Supreme Court
    • July 25, 1977
    ...the deposit is, however, remedial, and is in the nature of an action of assumpsit for money wrongfully withheld. See Reyer v. Blaisdell, 26 Colo.App. 387, 143 P. 385 (1914). Thus, the right of recovery of the deposit, and the award of attorney's fees which helps to vindicate that right, act......
  • Siegel Oil Co. v. Gulf Oil Corp.
    • United States
    • U.S. Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals Court of Appeals
    • February 1, 1983
    ...and wrongfully retains money from the plaintiff. Carlson v. McCoy, 193 Colo. 391, 566 P.2d 1073 (Colo.1977); Reyer v. Blaisdell, 26 Colo.App. 387, 143 P. 385 (Colo.App. 1914). Siegel's contention that this action is comparable to one on an implied contract because the Allocation Regulations......
  • Crist v. United Underwriters, Ltd.
    • United States
    • U.S. Court of Appeals — Tenth Circuit
    • April 5, 1965
    ...Survey, 206 F.2d 108, 39 A.L.R.2d 1260 (10th Cir.). We find no such indication. The case relied upon by appellants, Reyer v. Blaisdell, 26 Colo.App. 387, 143 P. 385, does not so hold. The trial court's opinion treats this point at length, and no purpose would be served by discussing it furt......
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