Case No. 2010-1946 Amber Williams v. Frederick Ormsby

 

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09-20-2011

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Can Resumption of a Couple's Relationship Be Sufficient 'Consideration' to Support an Enforceable Contract?

Amber Williams v. Frederick Ormsby
Case no. 2010-1946
9th District Court of Appeals (Medina County)

ISSUE: Under Ohio law, can a promise by one partner in a former romantic relationship to move back into a home that the unmarried couple previously shared and return to the relationship serve as sufficient “consideration” to support an enforceable contract?
 
 
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00:00:25Michael L. Laribee for Frederick Ormsby
00:11:48L. Ray Jones for Amber Williams
00:24:14Summation: Michael L. Laribee for Frederick Ormsby