Case Study: B-Type Truck Manufacturer In The State Of Confusion

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State of Confusion Paper BUS/415 This case is between the B-type truck manufacturer in the state of Confusion and Tanya Trucker in the state of Denial. The case is about Tanya’s dislike with the state of Confusion, requiring anyone wishing to drive trucks in the state to install a B-type hitch. The hitch is manufactured only by one supplier in Confusion, so any truck that has to drive through the state must stop at that supplier and have the hitch installed or be held liable for any added expense while driving around the state of Confusion. Tanya Tucker owns a trucking company in the state of Denial and is upset about the situation in the state of Confusion and is planning to sue the state to have the statute overturned. The tenth Amendment…show more content…
The B-type truck hitch is only made and manufactured by a producer in Confusion. There are currently no laws endorsed by the federal government that requires a certain truck hitch used on national highways. Although there is no law, it cannot be construe that the state has a legislative capability to endorse, which will affect the interstate trade. Commerce Law created the ability of free flow trade, which will be affected by this statute as it applies to out and in state trucks. The trade will suffer adversity, along with extra expense upon towing trailers and trucks in regard to the hitch, which will cause the statute to be…show more content…
The defendant may respond by putting his or her challenging elements in effect of the complaint. Furthermore, he or she may make the objection over the frivolous maters that may include the language of complaints or the complaint will not cause an action against him or her. Next the court will decide whether the complaint is valued or not. If the court rejects the complaint the plaintiff will be allowed to make any changes in his or her complaint and try to file it again. The discovery stage is next, where the parties will try to find evidences, which will be presented against each other or on each side. Questions are asked by each party in writing from each other, which is process through the legal document known as interrogatories. The questions or findings may also be done through oral counseling, known as deposition. When the discovery process is complete the defendant will file a motion of summary judgment. This will allow the defendant to reject the case, due to not enough evidences to support the claim presented by the plaintiff. Depending on the results the court will make a decision in favor of the plaintiff or defendant based on the consideration of the law and the evidence the plaintiff presented. For the time being the lawsuit is over unless the plaintiff goes for an appeal and takes it to a higher court that may leave or

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