27
Mar

The property (adult)

One evening after attending the theatre, two gentlemen were walking down the street when they observed a well dressed, attractive young lady walking just ahead of them. One turned to the other and said, Id give fifty bucks to spend the night with that woman.

To their surprise the woman turned and said, Ill take you up on that.

She had a neat appearance and a pleasant voice, so after bidding his friend goodnight, the man accompanied the lady to her apartment, where they immediately went to bed.

The following morning the man presented her with twenty-five dollars as he prepared to leave. She demanded the rest of the money, stating, If you dont give me the other twenty-five dollars Ill sue you for it.

He laughed, saying, Id like to see you get it on these grounds.

The next day he was surprised when served with a summons ordering his presence in court as defendant. He hurried to his lawyer and explained the details of the case.

His lawyer said She cant possibly get a judgement against you on such grounds, but it will be interesting to see how her case will be presented.

After the usual preliminaries, the ladys lawyer adressed the court as follows: Your Honor, my client is the owner of a piece of property, a garden spot surrounded by a profuse growth of shrubbery, which property she agreed to rent o the defendent for a specified length of time for fifty dollars. The defendant took possession of the property, used it extensively for the purpose for which it was rented, but upon evacuating the premises he paid only twenty five dollars. The rent is not excessive since it was restricted property, and we ask judgement to be granted against the defendant to assure payment of the balance.

The defendants lawyer was impressed and amused at the way the case had been presented. His defence was therefore somewhat altered from what he had planned. Your Honor, my client agrees the young lady has a fine piece of property, for a degree of pleasure was derived from the transaction. However, my client found a well on the property, around which he placed his own stones, sunk a shaft and erected a pump, all labour being personally performed by him. We claim these improvements to the property are sufficient to offset the unpaid balance, and that the plaintiff was adequately compensated for the rental of the said property. We therefore ask that the judgement not be granted.

The young ladys lawyers comeback was this: Your Honor, my client agrees that the defendant did find a well on the property, and did make moves as described by my opponent; however, had the defendant not known that the well existed, he would never have rented the property; also upon evacuating the premises, the defendant moved the stones, pulled out the shaft and took the pump with him. In doing so, he not only dragged his equipment through the shrubbery, but left the hole much larger than it was prior to his occupancy, making it easily accessible to little children. We therefore ask judgement to be granted.

(SHE GOT IT!)

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