1.) Larry London (LL) buys a computer with his new store credit card at Greatest Get (GG). GG immediately sells the right to receive monthly payments from LL to a finance company, Friendly Finance (FF). Unfortunately for LL, the computer stops working three months after he purchased it. As GG wonâ€™t return his calls regarding his broken PC, LL stops making payments. Long story short, all stakeholders (LL, GG, and FF) are fed up with each otherâ€™s behavior; they all lawyer up.
Pretend you are LLâ€™s lawyer and, explain to your client all the possible issues youâ€™ve learned in this weekâ€™s material that help and hurt his or her chances of winning a potential lawsuit. Remember to â€œkeep your eye on the ballâ€. Limit your discussion to this weekâ€™s material. For example, you may want to consider whether the parties have a negotiable instrument. If so, what kind? What defenses might there be on that instrument?
2.) Marvin Mower (MM) is a college student trying to earn a few extra bucks. Marvin mows yards on the side, and he cuts the lawn for Ursula Unhappy (UU). UU writes MM a document for his work. The document acknowledges MM performed work, and that UU owed MM $50. MM doesnâ€™t have time to get to the bank, so MM gives the document to Tommy Thirdparty (TT), who pays him $40 for it.
Predictably, before TT can try to recover $50, UU is unhappy with MMâ€™s work, and refuses to pay TT.
Keeping your â€œeye on the ballâ€ (limiting your post to this weekâ€™s material), discuss all the possible rights and responsibilities these three have to each other concerning the check and the yard.
Min 3 paragraphs each,. Use in text citations MLA. CHAPTER 15-16 ATTACHED