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Johnson v. Anderson

Decided: October 5, 1955.

J. KENDRICK JOHNSON, JR., TRADING AS THE HUNTERDON ADJUSTMENT SERVICE, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
v.
DONALD ANDERSON AND ALLEN M. COTTRELL, T/A THE COTTRELL-ANDERSON PONTIAC CO., AND THE GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION, A CORPORATION OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS



Clapp, Jayne and Francis. The opinion of the court was delivered by Clapp, S.j.a.d.

Clapp

This appeal raises a question as to the proper construction of a section of the Uniform Conditional Sales Law.

The defendants Donald Anderson and Allen M. Cottrell, trading as The Cottrell-Anderson Pontiac Co., sold Wayne Blodgett a car pursuant to a conditional sales contract which stated that the sale was made:

"For a Total Time Price * * * $1644.90

Computed as follows:

1. Cash Sale Delivered Price * * * $1445.00

2. Total Down Payment * * * $645.00

3. Unpaid Cash Price Balance * * * $800.00

4. Cost of Car Insurance * * * $99.00

5. Other Charges * * * $-------

6. Principal Balance * * * $899.00

7. Finance Charge (Including Charge for Group ...


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