In a written contract Singer agreed to deliver to to Byer 500 described chairs at $20 each F.O.B. Singer's place of business. The contract provided that "neither party will assign this contract without the written consent of the other." Singer placed the chairs on board a carrier on January 30. On February 1 Singer said in a signed writing, "I hereby assign to Wheeler all my rights under the Singer-Byer contract." Singer did not request and did not get Byer's consent to this transaction. On February 2 the chairs while in transit were destroyed in a derailment of the carrier's railroad car.In an action by Wheeler against Byer, Wheeler probably will recover(A) nothing, because the Singer-Byer contract forbade an assignment(B) the difference between the contract price and the market value of the chairs(c) nothing, because the chairs had not been delivered(D) $10,000, the contract priceYeah. I'll let ya'll figure that one out. Day 2 tomorrow: Property. More to come later....
I'm told one should go to the a law in the state they plan on practicing law. Is that good advice? I plan on going to a school in the north east (or maybe out west..not sure how standford is) but I plan practicing in Florida. Is this a recipie for disaster? going to harvard law school and trying to pass the Florida Bar?
Something screwy went on with the board.
C?Do people take Barbri without taking PMBR?