During the time of Mr. Eldridge’s unemployment he did not make child support payments. In January 2008, Mrs. Eldridge filed a motion with the court that entered the divorce decree, seeking an order forcing Mr. Eldridge to pay a total of $7,000 in missed child support payments. Mr. Eldridge countered with a petition to modify his child support obligation. The petition requested that he be excused from having to pay the obligations that accrued during his ten month unemployment period. The court ordered Mr. Eldridge to pay half of the amount due, totaling $3,500 and excused him from the remainder of the balance, due to the factor the Mr. Eldridge was unemployed during the months that the child support was being accrued.
In 2011, Arnold made payments totaling $18,000. * C.Arnold is to make $3,000 per month payments to Barbara. Of this amount one-half is for child support. The divorce decree further states that alimony is to cease upon the death of the wife. In 2011, he made six payments.
He financed a new Dodge Neon with a $2000 rebate, for $12,851.77 @ 11.99 APR for 5 years. Through this deal, David only needed to put down $500 for a down payment. David called mom for the down payment, but his mother refused. David was able to withdraw the money with his debit card and purchased the car. A few days later, mom brought David back to inform management that David was under legal guardianship and that he had no legal authority to enter in the contract to buy the Neon.
Title: Baird Textile Holdings Ltd. v Marks & Spencer plc Citation:  EWCA Civ 274 Plaintiff: Baird Textile Holdings Ltd Defendant: Marks & Spencer plc Court: Court of Appeal Civil Division in England and Wales Facts: • (Plaintiff) Baird Textile Holdings Ltd is a supplier of clothing to (Defendant) Marks & Spencer. • The plaintiff had been a supplier to the defendant for nearly 30 years. • The plaintiff that the defendant had stopped all supply agreements without prior notice on October 19th 1999. • Also in accordance to the plaintiff’s terms, there was a contract between them (the plaintiffs) and Marks & Spencer plc (the defendant), the plaintiff wanted to claim damages because any arrangement that is to be terminated should have the duration of 3 years prior notice. The plaintiff agreed to the fact that there was no express contract between the two companies.
What facts may weigh in favor of or against Chou in terms of the parties’ objective intent to contract? Chou had an e-mail from BTT stating the terms of the agreement but should have redrafted the terms to include the term contract. The objective intent to contract was a serious offer and happened three days before the original expiration date of the original agreement. 3. Does the fact that the parties were communicating by e-mail have any impact on your analysis in Question 1 and 2 Yes, I feel the terms were agreed upon and the agreement should be honored for the 25,000.00, however the change in management could have been a result of no longer wanting to pursue the distribution of the game.
Additionally, Mr. Homer testified that he received an estimate of $ 2,500.00 from Dick Garriott, another electrician, to repair the work done by Burman Electric. He also testified that because the house could not be occupied, he had lost two months rental income at a rate of $ 300 per month. The lower court entered judgment against the Homers. ISSUE Whether the
ACME WORKPLACE EVALUATION Prepared for Professor Margaret Murphy Prepared by Michael Titus Date Prepared: March 19, 2011 Executive Summary Acme Workplace Evaluation This report is a workplace evaluation on Acme Corporation Support Services department Rochester division. The evaluation discusses the details of how within the last three years Acme Support Services department has gone from a desired place to work to a place where workers are looking for other employment opportunities due to cuts in training, and a disconnect with upper and middle management. The report used three sources to support the findings of this evaluation. First was a 45-minute interview with one of my co-workers at Acme, Michael Walton, second was my personal observation of the work area, and third was a document analysis of an inter office memo that showed how managements use of management through fear, creating a hostile work environment. The information from these three sources provide information on why workers at Acme Support Services department morale has been getting lower and lower.
Mini Case 2 Your local office manager in a Loas subsidiary you are running comes and explains that in order to complete the sale of an aging company car, she will have to convince the police to fill in the original date on the car’s registration, and this will cost $25 with no receipt. She says she doesn’t know why it was not done properly originally. She also says she doesn’t know the date so she cannot fill it in but the police will have a record, if the dates do not match, the sale cannot be completed. Would you authorize this payment? Mini Case 3 Working for a large American utility, you are in charge of negotiating an agreement in Indonesia with the state-owned electricity company to build, own,
Blood may be thicker than water, but here it's far weightier than a peppercorn, Kim said in the opening line of his appellate brief. Son wrote the contract during an alcohol-fueled meeting in a bar, agreeing to pay back $170,000 that Kim had invested in or loaned to two companies he controlled. Sir, please forgive me, it said. Because of my deeds you have suffered financially, I will repay you to the best of my ability. Kim argued that his forbearance in waiting more than a year to sue Son for breach of contract and fraud was adequate consideration.
information provided or if it is needed in order to attend. Email Rewritten In order to improve the email, it is rewritten below considering the 10 Cs for writing effectively. FROM: Bobby Johnson, Executive Vice President TO: All Company Employees SUBJECT: Joe Banyon’s Retirement Party Hello everyone! As most of you know Joe Banyon is retiring next month, and I have been asked to arrange a farewell party in his honor. The party will be held on Friday, February 28, 2013, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at The City Café, 1234 East Main St., Columbia, SC 29201.