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Contract – Equipment Sale – Tobacco Processing – Tort/Negligence – Fraud – No Duty to Speak – Unfair Trade Practices
Rahamankhan Tobacco Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. v. Evans MacTavish Agricraft, Inc. While defendant was trying to repair the lamina press it had sold to plaintiff, plaintiff allegedly entered into a contract to buy a replacement from a different seller; such conduct does not convert this contract dispute into a tort dispute. Rather, depending on the outcome of the contract dispute, plaintiff’s acts may have either mitigated its own damages or aggravated defendant’s damages.