The defendants, husband and wife, agreed with the plaintiff for the construction and sale of a house on the wife's land, she to be paid a certain sum from the proceeds, and the husband and plaintiff to receive fair compensation for their work, with the balance, if any, to be divided between the husband and plaintiff. Held, that the agreement created a joint adventure between the plaintiff and the husband rather than a partnership. Garber v. Whittaker, (Del. 1934) 174 Atl. 34.