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Type and print out answers to questions 1,2,4,5,6,12 (video #20 Third Party Beneficiaries). Also watch video #19: Third Parties Rights and Discharge. Study for exam (Monday) on chapters 9,10,11,12. Quiz on chapter 12 Friday 1. Rivera is a third party intended beneficiary. Just in like case Lawerence v. Fox Rivera gains from the contract and can sue for breech of contract if it is not performed 2. Tom senior is correct that you can sue even before the scheduled time of performance. “”When anticipatory repudiation occurs, it is treated as a material breech of contract, and the non breeching party is permitted to bring action for damages immediately, even though scheduled time for performance on the contract may be in the future.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Millie can defend successfully because it was impossible for anyone one to perform objectively. So it is objectively impossible to perform the contract. 5. $11,770 in Teramos favor. a contract fails to state a date for the completion of a construction project, a reasonable time is implied. In this case, significantly, there was no clause in the parties contract which made time of the essence and the defendant continued to make periodic payments to the plaintiff during the construction. Some delay in construction was attributable to the defendants request that no work at the premises be performed while funeral services were in progress. 6. Yes, because the pisani company had substantial performance....
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