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MARRON'S WOODSTOVE AND FIREPLACE CENTER v. ALASKA COMPANY (04/13/84)

filed: April 13, 1984.

MARRON'S WOODSTOVE AND FIREPLACE CENTER, INC., A PENNSYLVANIA CORPORATION, APPELLANT
v.
ALASKA COMPANY, INC., A PENNSYLVANIA CORPORATION, APPELLEE



No. 452 Pittsburgh, 1982, Appeal from the Order entered April 1, 1982, Court of Common Pleas, Venango County, Civil Division, A.D. No. 617-1981.

COUNSEL

Jon Michael King, Emlenton, for appellant.

Solomon Lubin, Wilkes-Barre, for appellee.

Brosky, Olszewski and Johnson, JJ.

Author: Johnson

[ 326 Pa. Super. Page 472]

The parties to this dispute had entered into an oral agreement for the exclusive distribution of coal heating

[ 326 Pa. Super. Page 473]

    stoves, fireplace inserts and boilers manufactured by Alaska Company, Inc. (Defendant) within a geographical area comprising eleven counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. On April 27, 1981, Defendant sent a letter to Plaintiff which purported to cancel the distributorship.

Plaintiff then brought suit in assumpsit, seeking to recover:

(a) $689.00 representing alleged rebates due on certain factory direct sales; and

(b) an amount representing a commission of $10.00 per each unit sold factory direct from January 1, 1981 to March 31, 1981; and

(c) an amount representing lost profits on all sales from March 31, 1981 to ...


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