Case brief 20 - Case brief 20: BENDE AND SONS, INC.,...

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Case brief 20: BENDE AND SONS, INC., Plaintiff v. CROWN RECREATION, INC., KIFFE PRODUCTS DIVISION, Defendant. Sept. 21, 1982. Facts: In June 1977, Bende contacted with Kiffe about ordering 10000pairs of combat boots for $95000 to satisfy its previous order from Government of Ghana which was known by Kiffe without metion. In July 11 th purchase order, Bende described the requirement of goods without delivery date and directed that Kiffe’s supplier imprint particular words inside the boots. Bende also agreed to pay the money by obtaining unconditional letter of credit because of his insufficient credit history with Kiffe. Bende received the letter of credit about July 22, which extended expire time to November 30, but about July 26, Bende sent the other purchase order for another 1000pairs with the same good description. On July 29, Kiffe placed the order for 11000pairs of boots without request but had been agreed by parties. When the goods
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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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