Car Purchase Agreement This Car Purchase Agreement, dated January 22, 2014, is between Barbara Balram, (the “Seller”) and Tom Rogers, the (“Buyer”). Background This Agreement provides for the sale to the Buyer of the Seller’s red, 20XX Acura, (the “Car”). The Seller and the Buyer agree as follows: Article 1 -- Definitions 1.1 Definitions. The terms defined in the preamble and recital have their assigned meanings, and each of the following terms has the meaning assigned to it: “Agreement” means this Car Purchase Agreement, its Schedules, and Exhibits, each as amended time to time. “Closing” means the consummation of the transaction that this Agreement contemplates.
DISTRICT COURT STATE OF OHIO NO. CIV. 01-388 JANE WHITE Plaintiff, v. JEFFREY CAULKIN Defendant, v. SAGE RENT-A-CAR, INC. BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF MOTION TO DISMISS QUESTION PRESENTED Under Civil Rule 12(b)(6), Whether a self-insured lessor can still be liable for a lessee’s negligence in an automobile accident? STATEMENT OF CASE Our client, Sage Rent-A-Car, Inc. filed a surety bond with the Registrar of Motor Vehicles and is self-insured under R.C. 4509.72.
Moreover, as a certified mortgage broker with over twenty years' experience, Michael Brooks is a sophisticated businessman who willingly executed an unambiguous contract and accompanying documents. This Court will not bail him and BrooksAmerica out just because they are now unhappy with the contract An agreement by parties that the contract can be assigned free of any defenses which an account-debtor may have against the assignor is enforceable by a good-faith, for-value assignee against ordinary defenses, not including fraud, duress, or the like. O’Brien v. Ohio State University 2007 WL 2729077 Ohio Court of Appeals, 2007 FACTS: Jim O’Brian (plaintiff), head coach of mens basketball team at OSU (defendatnt) was offered a contract for about $800K a year. Contract included termination provisions. The
In order to gain a larger market share, Ford designed, manufactured and the vehicle was shipped in order to be the road in a very short time frame. The first few years of sales were good, but in May 1972, Lily Gray was traveling with her thirteen year-old passenger, Richard Grimshaw when the car suddenly stalled and was rear-ended by another vehicle traveling approximately 32 miles per hour. The impact killed Lily Gray (after succumbing to congestive heart failure) and permanently disfigured thirteen year-old Richard Grimshaw with burns to his face and body (Leggett, 1999, para. 7). Grimshaw and Gray’s heirs sued Ford motor company based on theories of negligence and strict liability, alleging that the defendants knew from pre-manufacturing crash tests regarding the design flaws with the fuel system (Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company, 1981).
Kenyon v. Abel Property: Common Law Doctrines In 2001 Rick Kenyon purchased a painting from the Salvation Army for $25, valued somewhere between $8,000 and $15,000. Claude Abel filed a litigation against Kenyon in hopes to regain ownership of the painting, which he claimed belonged to his aunt. Abel argued that the Salvation Army unknowingly took the painting from his aunt’s house when picking up boxes which were to be donated. Shortly after returning home to Idaho, Abel realized the box the painting was in was never delivered. Abel was then able to track the painting to Kenyon and file an action to retrieve ownership.
Legal Analysis Statement of Facts: The Grays purchased a new 1972 Ford Pinto hatchback in the fall of 1971. The car was only a month old when the Grays purchased it and from the get-go the Grays had problems. During the first few months, they had to return the car to the dealership for repairs. The problems consisted of; excessive gas and oil consumption, down shifting of the automatic transmission, lack of power, and occasional stalling. The causes of the excessive fuel consumption and stalling would later be learned were caused by a heavy carburetor float.
Reasons Accepting the Trimmer’s allegations that Van Bomel agreed to set up a fund which would permit Trimmer to live for the remainder of his life in the sumptuous style to which he had been accustomed, Van Bomel admitted having discussions from time to time about making finances available to Trimmer. According to the principles of contract law, ‘agreement in order to be binding must be sufficiently definite to enable a court to give it an exact meaning’. Since Trimmer and Van Bomel had a vague and legally unenforceable memoranda of agreement prepared after oral negotiations, and there were no indications as to the amount of the arrangement, time of payments, mechanics of the payments rights of the parties in the event of various contingences were discussed, Trimmer and Van Bomel had an alleged agreement which was too vague and legally unenforceable.
Finally, after four worksite interruptions, we arrived at the in-laws’ house in Mississippi, right at two hours later than I had planned, thanks to the zippers. As soon as dinner was finished, I collected the reports from Sharon and the kids and set about recording their tabulations. The results on a total of 112 zippers (and do recall that we weren’t doing research at the first worksite): 51 (45%) were sports cars, of which 24 were red, 17 black, 8 silver. 29 (26%) were pickups, of which 19 (66%) were Chevrolets—no matter their color. 15 (13%)were family sedans.
He has let members of his soccer club believe that he is a qualified accountant and financial adviser. One month before the collapse of One-Up, an internet company, Enrico advised club members to buy every One-Up share they could. Neither he nor the members knew that most financial advisers had warned that One-Up was badly managed for some time. Several club members have lost a large sum of money because they followed Enrico’s advice. 1.
The patients were required to pay for the elective procedures up front and the payments were to be made to the cashier. Despite Lee’s generous earnings and prominence at his practice, he devised a sales skimming scheme in which he embezzled $200,000 from the practice over a four-year period. Lee collected payments from his patients without reporting the receipts or the surgeries to his partners. The skimming scheme was accidentally discovered when Rita Mae Givens, one of Lee’s patients realized her insurance policy might cover her procedure and contacted the office to request a billing statement. The clinic staff quickly ascertained there was no documentation of services rendered or payments reflected on Ms. Givens’ accounts.