Hi, I will take a look at accessing this question. When is the answer due?Looking forward to working with you, have a pleasant day o/
This answer was due two days ago. I do lose points for every day the question is not answered. The e-mail indicates that the question has been answered, but apparently it does not seem to be so. How soon can you finish it?
Do you have a legal background?
I need the answer tomorrow. Can you promise to be done by tomorrow?
After this can you answer this question? See below.
Unit 5 project for: American Business History Class. The question below is to be answered as soon as possible. I will pay you just do it for me. It does not need to be very long. I need this badly. More to come if this is done correctly and you can choose any Pre 1920 business or factory that one could establish in those days. The choice is yours.
In this project, you will create a historically based, yet fictional, company. You will decide what type of industry you would like to research, and what year the company will begin operations. The company must begin operations prior to 1920.
You must answer the following questions in addition to providing any other information that you feel is relevant. In addition to the course text and other readings, feel free to incorporate additional outside resources. Please do not use Wikipedia, About.com, Answers.com, or any encyclopedia resource for this assignment. Also, strive to remain historically accurate. For example, do not create an Internet software firm in 1850.
Your Unit 5 Project should be approximately two double-spaced pages in length. Please be sure to use APA-style formatting and documentation. Also, each Unit 5 Project should include the following:
Take a look at this answer it and you will be paid also.
HI Kaiba, I cant answer this without the Bibe case information... I need access to the Bibe article/case?
What else do you need? Let me see what I can do to get it to you.
This is the Bibe Memo. Please expedite this for me, I am well behind.
FROM: Senior Partner
RE: New Client
DATE: April 24, 2007
Yesterday I met with a new client, Mr. I.M. Bibe, who seeks my advice regarding a
contract he entered into last week. The facts are set forth below. One of our associates
has completed the research. All applicable materials are attached. Please read the facts
and the research and write an analysis for me so that I can discuss Mr. Bibe’s rights and
responsibilities with him.
Mr. Bibe is a thirty-two year old marketing executive who works for a computer chip
company. Mr. Bibe has a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with an emphasis
in accounting and a master’s degree in marketing. He began employment with his
current firm shortly after obtaining his master’s degree, starting out as a marketing
assistant and moving up over the last several years to various marketing positions.
Last Friday, Mr. Bibe and three co-workers left the office at lunch time, about 12:30
p.m., to celebrate the fact that they had reached their sales and marketing goals for last
year, which entitled each of them to a $150,000 bonus. This is the third year in a row that
Mr. Bibe and his group have reached their goals. Mr. Bibe and two of the co-workers
were drinking wine during lunch. A third co-worker, Owen Lotts, drank only water.
Each of them ordered a large salad to eat. While Mr. Bibe and the two co-workers
enjoyed their second bottle of expensive wine, Lotts began telling Mr. Bibe about a small
coffee shop that he wanted to sell. Lotts was aware that Mr. Bibe had been looking for a
small business to purchase. Lotts told Mr. Bibe that with the bonus money from the past
two years, Mr. Bibe could purchase Lotts’ coffee shop, that the coffee shop was a
profitable business, and it was worth well over the $300,000 asking price. Mr. Bibe
laughed and said, “It’s tempting, but I’m not interested right now.”
Lotts ordered a third bottle of wine for the group, and while they were drinking it, he
went to his car. He returned with some books that he said contained his business records.
Lotts again told Mr. Bibe what a great deal the coffee shop was, that Lotts had
consistently made over $30,000 per year profit on the shop, and that Mr. Bibe should buy
it. Mr. Bibe finally told Lotts to put the offer in writing. Lotts walked up to the bar and
returned with another bottle of wine and a blank piece of paper. Lotts poured the wine
for the group and poured another drink of water for himself. He then wrote the following
offer on the paper. “I, Owen Lotts, agree to sell, and I.M. Bibe agrees to purchase “The
Coffee Shop” at 12 N. Main Street for the sum of $300,000.” Lotts signed the paper and
gave it to Mr. Bibe, who took the paper while drinking the wine and said, “Oh, why not?
I’ve always wanted a profitable little side business.” Mr. Bibe then signed the paper.
Lotts paid the lunch and wine bill and the group left. By then it was 3:00 p.m, so the
group decided not to go back to the office. Mr. Bibe drove to his home, about 20 miles
away, and took a nap. He awoke about 8:00 p.m. with a headache, but immediately
remembered the events of the afternoon. He does not think he wants to purchase the
coffee shop and seeks our advice regarding whether or not he is bound by the contract he
Research has revealed that the relevant statute states:
“A person entirely without understanding has no power to make a contract of
any kind, but the person is liable for the reasonable value of things furnished
to the person necessary for the support of the person or the person’s family.”
Please analyze the statute along with the attached cases and write an analysis of whether
Mr. Bibe is bound by the contract.
Copyright 2000 Alana DeGarmo
Ok Kaiba, I will finish the first today and the second asap.
Kaiba, I will not be able to complete this before the weekend. Opting out due to this being an urgent request. Requesting refund to your acct.
Please refund the payment to Kaiba, Payment made before all info was posted and while in chat mode. It is an urgent request cannot be completed before the weekend.
Thanks for letting me know. This has been dragging since Sunday. Please alert your people to tell me when my money will be credited back to my account. This is poor customer service on the part of the company with which you are doing business. If something could not be done by someone who is not a law expert, I am sure they have some lawyers who can take on this question; instead of them giving me the run around., indicating that someone has been chosen to work on the assignment but is not up to it.
This is why I posted it since Sunday; now at the eleventh hour, time constraints is the excuse. Thanks for helping.