Dee Company Case Study

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ABSTRACT After a civil war in State A, approximately half of the territory breaks away and forms State B, the results and effects on the contracts and treaties that were already in place for State A may not follow State B. Many different things are to be considered when breaking one state apart to make another state. The legal ramifications and treaties and contracts that were entered into will stand ground for State A, but will State B be left alone to figure out there way in their new world? When a State splits off, all contracts and negotiations, as well as revenue stay with the state in which the contracts are written. For instance, if State A has a contract with State M for textile operations, this agreement will not be set forth…show more content…
This land is now located in a zone that is owned by State B. State B does not have to acknowledge the deal made between State A and Dee Company, because again, it is not on the 50 year planed period agreement. Legal ramification can be brought up between Dee Company and State A, because State B can require the Dee Company to move. This generates a breach in contract between State A and the Dee Company. This breach does allow for the Dee Company to walk out of the agreement or seek compensation for being forced to walk away from this land. To help generate revenue and get money flowing in, State B can negotiate a new contract with the Dee Company to allow them to stay on the land. This will allow State B and the Dee Company to make contracts specific to the two new parties. In turn, it will allow for the Dee Company to not have to relocate so they may be inclined to pay a better price to State B in order to maintain their current location. This increase in payments could be part of the compensation required from State A to the Dee…show more content…
This all became possible as a result of a split after the Civil War. Even though State B will not be able to take the revenue piece of the business with them, they do not have to take the debt associated either. The debt can oftentimes drown a business and now allow them to prosper as they should. When looking at land obligations and treaties, it is important to know that State B is able to stand alone now and make decisions based on the sanctity of their own state and not on the success or failures of State A. While granted, there may be some great things about State A, and the money repayment would be nice to have, it is imperative to understand that that money will most likely be repaid over time. In turn, any substantial amount of money is probably going to be paid out to Dee Company in restitution for the land settlement. A new treaty with State D can give State B the impendence they are looking for and a fresh start to stand solo among all

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