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Assignment Format:
Conclusion – What was the conclusion drawn by the court? Provide a one-paragraph
explanation of the actual decision of the last deciding court. For example, the Supreme
Court of Wisconsin ruled in favor of UWP for the claim of defamation of character,
which deals with, do not simply state, the court ruled in favor of UWP. Instead, state the
reason why briefly.
Rule – What rule(s) is being applied in the case? State the rule that the court used to
arrive at its conclusion. This is an actual rule; for example, if the case was based on
negligence, you will have to explain the rule for failure briefly.
Application – State, the facts of the case, reiterate the rules, and explain how and why the
rules apply to your set of facts. Additionally, indicate why the court ruled in the way that
it did. This section accounts for 90% of your points and should be at minimum one and
a half pages long (double-spaced). Make sure this section is thorough and include your
arguments for why the case was decided the way that it was. Your goal is to interweave
the rule to your set of facts. You will start this section “In this case,” and then provide
your case facts and begin explaining why it was decided the way it was. If you disagree
with a ruling, you can state why you feel the case was decided incorrectly.
Conclusion – Restate your conclusion from paragraph one. You can change the wording,
but you have essentially reiterated your conclusion from the first paragraph as if to say
“in conclusion…”
ASSIGNMENT:
Grant and Debbie enter into a contract binding Grant personally to do some delicate cabinetwork. Grant assigns his rights and delegates performance of his duties to Clarence.
(a) On being informed of this, Debbie agrees with Clarence, in consideration of Clarence’s promise to do the work, that Debbie will accept Clarence’s work, if properly done, instead of the performance promised by Grant. Later, without cause, Debbie refuses to allow Clarence to proceed with the work, though Clarence is ready to do so, and makes demand on Grant that Grant perform. Grant refuses. Can Clarence recover damages from Debbie? Can Debbie recover from Grant?
(b) Instead, assume that Debbie refuses to permit Clarence to do the work, employs another carpenter, and brings an action against Grant, claiming as damages the difference between the contract price and the cost to employ the other carpenter. Explain whether Debbie will prevail.

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