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Assignment Due 2/23/17

 
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 5:02 pm    Post subject: Assignment Due 2/23/17 Reply with quote

Georgie Bushie was a political candidate running for congressional office. One of his campaign workers ordered the Barbie Boxer Co. to print some promotional materials for Bushie's campaign. When the printed materials were received, Bushie did not return them but instead used them during his campaign. When Boxer failed to obtain payment from Bushie for the materials, she sued for recovery of the price. Bushie contended that he was not liable on the sales contract because he had not authorized his agent to purchase the printing services. Boxer argued that the campaign worker was Bushie's agent and that the worker had authority to make the printing contract. Additionally, Boxer claimed that even if the purchase was unauthorized, Bushie's use would require Bushie to pay Boxer. Is Boxer correct in her two assertions? If so, tell why, if not, tell why.
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