Brief of Case20 - Brief of Case20 Facts of case: Defendant,...

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Brief of Case20 Facts of case: Defendant, the seller, Kiffe Products, is a division of Crown Recreation, Inc, a company that sells camping equipment and military supplies. Plaintiff, the buyer, Bende and Sons, Inc, is a company that sells military supplies internationally in New Jersey. The plaintiff agreed to sell the Government of Ghana 10,000 pairs of combat boots for $158,500 and then plaintiff ordered 10,000 pairs of combat boots with specific specifications for $95,000 from defendant. Defendant then placed the order for 11,000 pairs of boots with its Korean supplier. While the boots were transmit to U.S., the train derailed and most of the boots were destroyed in Omaha. The remains of 1,000 good pairs of boots were sent to a receiving warehouse in Secaucus, New Jersey. After the defendant refused to give the plaintiff the 1000 good pairs and the plaintiff was failed to get substitute from other suppliers. The plaintiff lost the business with Government of Ghana. Therefore, plaintiff sued defendant for damages
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course BUS 401 taught by Professor Terrywilson during the Spring '11 term at Solano Community College.

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