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9. "If the plaintiff wilfully or knowingly failed to observe and obey the shop and store rules of the defendant, then the defendant was justified in severing his employment and terminating the contract with him."

The judge found for the plaintiff. In so doing he must have found that the defendant was satisfied with the services of the plaintiff, and that its claim of dissatisfaction was dishonest. It is the contention of the defendant that there is no evidence to warrant the finding of bad faith. To this we cannot give our assent. The judge saw and heard the witnesses. Upon conflicting testimony he gave requests of the defendant for rulings that required a finding for the defendant if he believed, as the defendant claims he should have done, that the plaintiff procured his position and the contract on which he relies by fraud or material misrepresentation; or that the plaintiff was dishonest in his dealings and conduct with and to the defendant in relation to the subject matter of his employment; or that the plaintiff wilfully or knowingly failed to observe and obey the shop and store rules of the defendant. The finding for the plaintiff involves not merely a negation of the alleged defaults, but an affirmation of belief in his honesty and integrity. 041b061a72


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