ACS - 36.1 - Case Study - 36.1 Legal Entity. The text of...

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Case Study - 36.1 Legal Entity. The text of the Case Study 36.1 Legal Entity Follows: Jeffrey Sammak was the owner of a con-tracting business known as Senaco. Sammak decided to enter the coal reprocessing business. Sammak attended the “Coal Show” in Chicago, Illinois, at which he met representatives of the Deister Co., Inc. (Deister). Deister was incorporated under the laws of Pennsylvania. Sammak began negotiating with Deister to purchase equipment to be used in his coal reprocessing business. Deister sent Sammak literature, guar-anteeing a certain level of performance for the equipment. Sammak purchased the equipment. After the equipment was installed, Sammak became dissatisfied with its performance. Sammak believed that Deister breached an express warranty and wanted to sue. Question: Can a suit be brought against a corporation such as Deister? Blackwood Coal v. Deister Co., Inc., 626 F. Supp. 727, Web 1985 U. S. Dist. Lexis 12767 ( United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania) Response: Deister Co., Inc clearly guaranteed a certain performance for the equipment through written
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