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Unformatted text preview: Reversed and remanded Reasoning: Dean claimed that Bohlander owned property in Florida and was engaged in the marketing transaction, and he presented documents and statements of sales transaction as evidences. However, other than selling and marketing the yacht in Florida, there was no sworn evidence that Bohlander had sufficient contacts with Florida to meet due process requirements. Bohlander also stated that the substantial services relating to the sale occurred in Ohio, where he met the buyer, wrote the contract and used Ohio broker to handle the transaction, not Florida. Thus Florida did not have jurisdiction over Bohlander....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2009 for the course BUSINESS 210 taught by Professor Tennyson during the Spring '07 term at Seattle University.
- Spring '07