L. A. No. 22373
40 Cal. 2d 179; 253 P.2d 10; 1953
Because parties reasonably agreed that in all cases of breach of a contract by respondent the damages would be fixed and that such compensation was a fair average, the contract's liquidation clause was valid under the circumstances.
Carter, Jesse W., "Better Food Markets, Inc. v. American Dist. Tel. Co. [DISSENT]" (1953). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 327.