Fox rented a house from Chiodini, but before he moved in, he noticed exposed electrical wiring in

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Fox rented a house from Chiodini, but before he moved in, he noticed exposed electrical wiring in the basement, so he refused to move in. City inspectors confirmed a code violation and Chiodini fixed the wiring a month after the lease was to start. By that time, Fox had moved elsewhere. Since Chiodini was willing to begin the lease the day the wiring was fixed, did Fox break the lease by refusing to move in? [Chiodini v. Fox, 207 S.W.3d 174, Ct. App., Mo. (2006)]

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The Legal Environment of Business

ISBN: 978-0538473996

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Authors: Roger E Meiners, Al H. Ringleb, Frances L. Edwards

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