{Bursting Contractual Bubbles :: White v. Bluett (1853)}

From a case in which a promise not to whine is not deemed adequate consideration in support of a contract:

“The plea is clearly bad. By the argument a principle is pressed to an absurdity, as a bubble is blown until it bursts.”

{Bursting Contractual Bubbles :: White v. Bluett (1853)}

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