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Issue Did the goods delivered by FRU had some non-conformity? Did FTD flowers breach the agreement by having the flowers delivered on its behalf by FRU? Did by FRU breach the agreement on the agreement on the price? Was the agreement valid when FTD flowers was not the party making the delivery as agreed? Rule Under the UCC rule, a seller may not deliver non-conforming goods. Under the UCC rule, a seller may not change the price without informing the buyer in advance Under the UCC rule, a seller may not hire or contract another party to deliver products which were specifically ordered from its company/business Analysis Jeff had called FTD flowers to order 12 dozen red roses for his mother but FTD contracts with Flowers R Us (FRU) to deliver flowers in the LA area without notifying the buyer (Jeff). Under the UCC rule this is a breach of the agreement. Had Jeff wanted FRU flowers he would have called them. Jeff had ordered red flowers but FRU ended up delivering yellow roses instead. This is a breach of the conformity UCC rule. This way, the flowers are non-conformity and amounts to breach of the UCC rule FRU changed the price upon the delivery by charging $100 on top of the agreed amount. This is a breach of the entire contract making it void. Under the UCC rule the seller should delivery the product upon the agreed price Conclusion FRU is liable for the breach of the agreement by changing the price FTD is liable for the contracting without notifying the buyer

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