Unformatted text preview: -Consequential damages must be foreseeable at the time of contracting; nothing in facts to indicate that it would be foreseeable-some express term must show that it was foreseeable D is correct Mendez contracts with JJ Flying Service to dust her orange groves with insecticide for $2500. JJ makes a serious mess of it, spraying the neighbors commercial vegetable crops instead of her groves. She finds someone who will spray her crops for $2300, but she is liable to her neighbors for $5000 in damages. What are her damages against JJ? a. $5200 b.$5000 c.$4800 d.$200 $5000 is incidental damages She made $200 by not having to pay the $2500 and only paying $2300 C is the correct answer...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CONTRACTS ??? taught by Professor Ferguson during the Fall '07 term at Florida Coastal School of Law.
- Fall '07