Week 6: Case Study and Discussion
Week 6. Coercionm “Form” and the Command of Executeance
Case Study 1:
Having throughly examined the elements expedient to fix a legally obligatory compact has been reached, we must calm?} bearrest at the “form” that some coercionms must seize to be legally enforcible. These issues rarely worst the ability to exact what differently appears to be a totally sufficient compact. We then progress into the area of command referableorious as Executeance. A very piercing allot of the command of Executeance is substance ascertaining to ascertain the distinction betwixt an “Employee” and an “Defiant coercionmor.”
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1. List the natural constitute of executeance sympathy – either employee or defiant coercionmor – and why you deem that is true; and
2. The types of tasks the constituency probably would bear explicit or likely antecedent to perconstitute in each of these Principal / Constituency sympathys below.
a. Certified Public Accountant / Client (taxpayer)
b. Chief Executive Officer (corporation) / Executive Secretary
c. Family Doctor (self-owned medical action) / Registered Nurse (full-time)
d. Real condition constituency / Homeproprietor destitute to sell
e. Homeproprietor / Gardener
Case Study 2: Discussion
Sally Rider makes an compact with Hank Helper to bribe a alloticular pursuit steed quietraint her. Sally asks Hank referable to communicate her convertibility when negotiating quietraint the steed’s alienation. Hank makes a negotiate with Spirit Stables, the proprietor of the steed Sally wants. Hank makes a down liquidation below the stipulations of a sufficient coercionm quietraint the alienation/sale of the steed. Sally, ultimately, succeeding changes her judgment and does referable get the quiet of the alienation figure. Spirit Stables sues Hank Helper quietraint gap of coercionm. If he loses this commandsuit, Hank wants to arrest Sally litelling quietraint whatever amercement he has to firm in the commandsuit brought by the stables.
1. WHAT REASONS MIGHT SALLY HAVE FOR NOT WANTING HER IDENTITY TO BE REVEALED?
2. CAN HANK HOLD SALLY LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES HE MIGHT HAVE TO PAY IN THE LAWSUIT BROUGHT AGAINST HIM BY SPIRIT STABLES? WHY OR WHY NOT?