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24-7-custom-writing-serviceBusiness Law Essay

Business Law Assignment

 

 

The county court which is closest to Jean Jones’ business in Pasadena, California, is the Madison Court.

This is the nearest court to the place where the plaintiff does business and hence is the most convenient forum for the resolution of the dispute.

SC-100: Plaintiff’s Claim and ORDER to Go to Small Claims Court.

1.

The plaintiff (the person, business, or public entity that is suing) is:

Name J & J Flooring,

Mailing address: 123 S. Raymond Avenue, 91105

  1.  

The defendant (the person, business, or public entity being sued is:

Name: Seaside Hotel

Street address: 485 N Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

3.

The plaintiff claims the defendant owes $9000. The defendant owes the money because the contract price was $9000 and the flooring cannot be resold to any other customer. Hence, if the defendant fails to take delivery of the flooring, the plaintiff will lose on the contract price.

On June 15, 2018, at her Pasadena office, the said Sean Jones entered into a written contract to produce flooring for the Seaside Hotel in Laguna Beach in California. The flooring was delivered for installation on September 17, 2018. However, the Seaside general manager, John Stamen, refused to accept the flooring, claiming that it did not meet the contract specifications. The plaintiff avers that the flooring specs in the original contract were changed in written contract modifications that were executed on June 30, 2018, and hence insists that she delivered the flooring complied with the modified requirements..................GET A PLAGIARISM FREE COPY