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tant Decision.

A suit of great importance to builders has been decided in the New York Court of Common Pleas. A brick mason agreed to build a house at $3 per thousand for laying the brick. When he came to measure the brick, he measured all the openings, windows, doors, etc., as solid work, making his bill $2,300 larger than it would have been had he only measured the solid wall. The manfor whom the work was done refused to pay this $2,300, and the man brought suit to force the payment, pleading the custom of brick men in his favor. The court decided that his charge was illegal, and that he had no legal right to charge for laying. brick that were never laid. This decision is important to builders and contractors, as other State courts would be likely to follow the decision and precedent of the New York Court.

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