A Passage to India — A typical takeout-food-order mistake is easily rectified. Not so when vegetarian Hindus are erroneously served a meat dish. The only way to fix it is a retreat to India for ritual purification, for which the restaurant should pay.

That is the gist of Gupta v. Asha Enterprises, a suit dismissed on summary judgment in Middlesex County but restored on appeal last Monday as to one count: breach of express warranty.

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