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Unformatted text preview: Shawnae Cristobal Legal Aspects of the Business Process Professor Schulz January 28, 2010 Chapter 3: Dispute Resolution (2,3,5,8,9) 2. As long as the county that they are in allows gambling, and The Finish Line has all necessary permits, Westowne had every right to rent the space to The Finish Line. If this is the case, Westowne in no way violated the lease because all business dealings of The finish Line would be legal with the proper permits. This dispute could have been prevented if Westowne alerted Solo Serve Corp. that The Finish Line was applying for a space to rent and maybe informed them of the type of business they will be conducting. At this time Solo Serve Corp. could have questioned Westowne about the contract and Westowne could of explained how it was not a breach of contract. 3. (a) The state t rial court of general jurisdiction may hear the case. There is no federal court jurisdiction....
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