L. A. No. 21779
37 Cal. 2d 592; 234 P.2d 16; 1951
Where a seller of lumber cashed checks that were expressly labeled as having been in full settlement of disputed accounts due from the purchaser, an accord and satisfaction occurred, and the seller was estopped to deny the effect of his actions.
Carter, Jesse W., "Potter v. Pacific Coast Lumber Co. [DISSENT]" (1951). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 437.