The easiest way to correct the contract language

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The easiest way to correct the contract language would be just to specify the language itself. To specify exact weight in each item or even in unit numbers. Making sure to add in additions and total cost. Proposed Revisions to Contract LanguageoRecommend specific revisions to the contract's language so that it is clear what Jerry's Pizza expected to buy and what Dazzling Dough Co. is required to deliver.It would be helpful to determine future transactions but looking a previous contract and how they were executed. Specifically looking at the weight in dough and the additional related products to each order. If parties want to continue transactions they might want to consider negotiating all costs and units of measurements so this is avoided. If they do not want to continue transactions and can’t settle this issue between just the two companies, then they might want to consider mediation to resolve any unresolved issues. ADR could include arbitration, mediation, and focus groups.Ethical Considerations oExplain the ethical considerations for a company to enforce specific terms of a contract against another company if the other company is mistaken about what was agreed to. Discuss the factors that should be considered.
Nelson, 3Each company has an ethical responsibility to either contracts. I understand where the mix of language can happen in this situation. If this were to go to litigation then it could be interpreted a number of ways. Jerry’s was expecting a full 200 lbs. of Pizza dough with the additions while Dazzling Dough was contracting for 200 lbs. of all items included. I think ethically they Dazzling

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