Cook Pottery

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It is generally recognized in this State that the failure of the parties to fix a time or definite time for performance does not
normally defeat a contract. Instead, the law generally indicates that, where a contract fixes no definite time for performance, the
law usually implies that performance shall be within a reasonable time. See Baker v. Gaskins, 125 W.Va. 326, 24 S.E.2d 277
(1943); Cook Pottery Company v. J. H. Parker & Son, 89 W.Va. 7, 109 S.E. 744 (1921); and Poling v. Condon-Lane
Boom & Lumber Co., 55 W.Va. 529, 47 S.E. 279 (1904). [Source:]