123 Kan. 711
A complete and unambiguous written contract of sale of lots, on which stood a hotel building, made no reference to hotel furniture in the building. The vendee brought an action of replevin to obtain possession of the furniture, and offered parol evidence that the transaction of sale included furniture. Held, the court was authorized to hear parol evidence of conversations, conduct, and circumstances, to enable it to determine, as a preliminary matter, whether the parties intended the writing to be limited to the single subject of real estate.
There was ample evidence the hotel furniture was sold with the hotel.
The judgment of the district court is affirmed.