NORA v. SAFECO INS. CO.

No. 12405.

577 P.2d 347 (1978)

99 Idaho 60

Robert C. NORA, Sr., d/b/a Mosell's Trucking, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. SAFECO INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation, Defendant-Appellant.

Supreme Court of Idaho.

April 11, 1978.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Peter J. Boyd and James D. LaRue of Elam, Burke, Jeppesen, Evans & Boyd, Boise, for defendant-appellant.

Lloyd J. Webb of Webb, Burton, Carlson & Pedersen, Twin Falls, for plaintiff-respondent.


DONALDSON, Justice.

The plaintiff-respondent, Robert C. Nora, is a track buyer, defined by Idaho law as an individual who buys and sells agricultural commodities. He worked in Southern Idaho buying and selling hay and grain. Nora began this business in mid-1974. From 1966 until 1974 he had worked as a trucker, hauling agricultural commodities.

At the time Nora first engaged in the track buying business in 1974, he was not licensed or bonded, a requirement...

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