The reading is called Hughes v. Cole. Based on this to answer the question “The record shows that in late 1989, Cleveland Hughes, Walter Cole, and others entered int association” to purchase tickets in the State Lottery Department of the Commonwealth of Virginia (the Lottery agreement provided that the members would “share equally the agreement in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, to form “a venture or Lotto lottery conducted by the or profits of the venture. The members pooled their funds to carry out the purposes of the venture and placed the funds in a strongbox located in a building in Elizabeth City, where the members regularly met. Each week, the members selected the numbers to be played from a list of 40 combinations the members had identified as prospective choices approximately one year prior to the events that are presently in dispute. The played, along with other specific combinations, in subsequent biweekly lottery games. Virginia, to purchase the tickets containing the numbers selected for a particular week. The tickets were In the summer of 1992, Walter Cole assumed the responsibility of purchasing lottery tickets on behalf of combination 03-07-08-15-27-42 was among the 40 combinations previously identified, and it was It was the practice that one member of the venture would journey to a 7-Eleven store in Chesapeake returned to Elizabeth City and placed in the same strongbox in which the pooled funds were kept. the venture. The particular drawing that is in issue here took place on September 12, 1992. At the time, Weeks, William L. Sharpe, Jr, and Hercules “Trink” Cole, Walter’s brother. In the week before the drawing in issue, each member of the venture paid his share of the cost of the membership of the venture consisted of Walter Cole, Cleveland Hughes, Richard Johnson, James L purchasing lottery tickets for the week ending September 12. On September 9, Walter Cole took the funds from the strongbox, journeyed to the 7-Eleven store in Chesapeake and purchased, with the funds of the venture, tickets containing several, but not all, of the previously selected combinations of numbers, including the combination 03-07-08-15-27-42. This number was drawn on September 12 as the winning number, with an estimated prize of S18 million.l Another individual not involved in this dispute played the same number, therefore, the amount in dispute here is approximately $9 million. On September 13, Walter Cole advised Cleveland Hughes that he had possession of the winnin and that he would not share the proceeds with the other members of the venture.” Rr what reason might the cort t enforce this contract” to answer Rr what reeson might the cort t enforce this contract?
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