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BUS 206: Discussion 4Show Me My Money (Reisenfeld & Company v. The Network Group Inc., p. 321)Why does the court see this case as involving a quasi-contract as opposed to an actual contract? What other case law does the court rely on in finding precedent/support for compensating Reisenfeld? Does this decision appear to follow the golden rule guideline set forthin Chapter 2 (pp. 27 and 28)? Describe another example of an implied-in-fact or quasi-contract that you have experienced or is mentioned in the text.In the case Reisenfeld & Co. v. The Network Group Inc., Reisenfeld, a real estate broker for Dick’s Clothing and Sporting Goods (Dick’s) sued The Network and BSI in state court for $160,320 in commission that he had not been paid. According to an executed assignment and assumption agreements, BSI was to pay The Networka commission, and in turn, The Network was responsible to pay the $1 per square foot of commission to Reisenfeld based on their commission agreement with Reisenfeld. But there was no direct agreement between Reisenfeld and BSI.