Drafting a Law Office Memorandum
TO: Gaby Duane FROM: Clark Thomas RE: Loman 's Fashions - Breach of contract claim ( publicizing handbill ) Date: April 26, 2002 QUESTION PRESENTED 1 Under New York jurisprudence, 2 did 3 Loman 's Fashions ' description of a interior decorator leather coat in an advertisement round constitute an offer 4 to sell the coat which became a binding contract when the text of the advertizement indicated that the coats were a `` maker 's closeout '' and that the early shopper would be rewarded, and when a shopper signified her purpose to buy the coat harmonizing to the advertised footings? 5 SHORT ANSWER 6 No. 7 Where, as here, the text of the advertizement simply stated that the sale was a `` maker 's closeout '' and that the `` early '' shopper would `` catch the nest eggs, '' the advertizement was non an offer to sell the coat which could be converted into a binding contract by behavior meaning an credence of the advertised footings. FACTS 8 Loman 's Fashions, a retail merchant of adult females 's and work forces 's overclothes, distributed a handbill in November publicizing a maker 's closeout of interior decorator adult females 's leather coats for $ 59.99, coats that on a regular basis sold for $ 300.00. The ad announced that the shop would open at 7 a.m. on Friday, November 30, and stated that the `` early bird catches the nest eggs! '' After about 15 proceedingss, all the advertised coats had been sold. At 7:30 ante meridiem, a shopper inquired about the coats and was told that there were none left, but she complained that Loman 's was obligated to sell her a comparably valued interior decorator leather coat at the advertised monetary value. The shop director declined, and the shopper filed a ailment in Small Claims Court, 9 avering that Loman 's had breached a contract by neglecting to sell the advertised leather coats at the advertised monetary value. 10 Loman 's president, Willi Loman, stated that the shop on occasion gives rain cheques when it is possible to refill supplies of an point that Loman 's can buy at a price reduction. In this instance, the maker had discontinued the line of coats and Loman 's was non prepared to sell other, designer leather coats at such a drastic markdown. Loman expressed concern 11 that, if the shopper 's reading were to keep, Loman 's would hold to reconsider its selling schemes ; she had assumed that the advertised footings applied while supplies lasted. She asks whether Loman 's would hold any contractual duty under these fortunes. 12 DISCUSSION 13 Loman 's Fashions has been sued by a shopper for a breach of contract for its failure to sell a interior decorator leather coat that had been advertised for sale at a well marked-down monetary value. Loman 's contends that the advertizement was intended to use while supplies of the point lasted, and that is it non obligated to sell the shopper a comparably valued coat at the advertised monetary value. The issue in this instance is whether a retail merchant 's advertizement will be considered to be an offer that may be turned into a binding contract by a shopper who signifies an purpose to buy the points described in the advertizement. A tribunal would probably reason that the shopper did non province a cause of action for breach of contract because the advertizement did non represent an offer which, upon credence, could be turned into a contract but instead and invitation to negociate. 14 In New York, the regulation is good settled that an advertizement is simply an invitation to come in into dialogues, and is non an offer that may be turned into a contract by a individual who communicates an purpose to buy the advertised point. Geismar v. Abraham & Strauss, 439 N.Y.S.2d 1005 ( Dist. Ct. Suffolk Co. 1981 ) ; Lovett v. Frederick Loeser & Co. , 207 N.Y.S.753 ( Manhattan Mun. Ct. 1924 ) ; Schenectady Stove Co. v. Holbrook, 101 N.Y. 45 ( 1885 ) ; People v. Gimbel Bros. , Inc. , 115 N.Y.S.2d 857 ( Manhattan Ct. Spec. Sess. 1952 ) . The lone general trial is the enquiry whether the facts show that some public presentation was promised in positive footings in return for something requested. Lovett, 207 N.Y.S.2d at 755. However, a buyer may non do a valid contract by mere credence of a `` proposition. '' Schenectady Stove Co. , 101 N.Y. at 48. Nor does the buyer have the right to choose an point which the marketer does non hold in stock or is non willing to sell at a decreased monetary value. Lovett, 207 N.Y.S. at 757. 15 16 An offer to contract must be complete and definite in its stuff footings ; a general advertizement that simply lists points for sale is at best an invitation to negociate unless it promises to sell an point in return for something requested. In Schenectady Stove Co. , for illustration, the complainant delivered to defendant a catalogue of monetary values incorporating a statement of footings of sale, but the catalogue did non province the sum of goods which complainant was willing to sell on those footings. Under these fortunes, the Court of Appeals held that no contract was of all time made between the parties with regard to an order that suspect submitted because the complainant had non made an offer that was complete and definite in all stuff footings. Hence, it was non possible for the suspect to do a valid contract by mere credence of a `` proposition. '' 101 N.Y. at 48. Similarly, in Lovett, a section shop advertised that it would sell, present, and put in certain `` wellknown criterion makes of wireless receiving systems at 25 per cent. to 50 per cent. decrease '' from advertised list monetary values. The complainant had demanded a peculiar theoretical account of wireless that was non listed in the ad, and the suspect had declined to sell it at the decreased monetary value. 207 N.Y.S. at 754. The tribunal held that an advertizement by a section shop was non an offer but an invitation to all individuals that the advertizer was ready to have offers for the goods upon the declared footings, concluding that such a general advertizement was distinguishable from an offer of a wages or other payment in return for some requested public presentation. Id. at 755-56. The tribunal farther held that, even presuming the complainant 's `` credence '' turned the offer into a contract, the buyer did non hold the right to choose the point which the suspect did non hold in stock or was non willing to sell at a decreased monetary value. Id. at 756-57. 17 Loman 's advertizement did non incorporate a promise to sell the leather coats in exchange for some requested act or promise. By its footings, the advertizement announced that it had a stock of coats to sell, and described the coats as a maker 's closeout merchandising at a well reduced monetary value. 18 Nor did the ad give the populace an option to take any comparably priced leather coat if the advertised coats were no longer available. As the tribunal noted in Lovett, 19 a prospective buyer does non hold the right to choose points that the retail merchant does non hold in stock or is non willing to sell at a decreased monetary value. Lovett, 207 N.Y.S. at 757. 20 The claimant here might reason that the advertizement did non incorporate confining linguistic communication, for illustration, that the coats were for sale while supplies lasted 21. However, the ad indicated that the shop, opening for concern on the twenty-four hours of the sale at 7 a.m. , was providing to early forenoon shoppers. By denoting that `` the early bird catches the nest eggs, '' the ad could reasonably be read to intend that the supplies were non limitless. 22 CONCLUSION 23 On these facts, the tribunal will likely 24 discoveries that the claimant has failed to province a cause of action for breach of contract because the ad did non represent an offer but simply an invitation to negociate.
4 ) The writer of this memo has been careful non to utilize linguistic communication that assumes the reply to the legal inquiry it raises. Here, since the inquiry presented is designed to foreground whether the facts indicate that a formal contract offer has been made, you would non utilize the term `` offer '' in bordering the inquiry, i.e. , you would non compose `` Did an advertisement round depicting ware constitute an offer when it offered the ware for sale starting at a designated day of the month and clip? '' because that preparation of the inquiry assumes a legal decision -- that the behavior at issue meets the demands of an offer. Rather, reserve your legal decisions ( here, whether or non the advertizement constituted a formal offer ) for the short reply subdivision.
5 ) Here, observe how the author has constructed the inquiry in this memo to alarm the reader to the undermentioned facts: description of ware in an advertisement handbill, statement in round that point is a `` manufacturer’s closeout, '' statement in round indicating that the early shopper will be rewarded. Although the `` inquiry presented '' subdivision is short, it must ( i ) supply a concise mention to the legal claim and relevant philosophy and ( two ) incorporate the most lawfully important facts of your instance. A complete and well-balanced inquiry presented is acute — it instantly gets to the bosom of the legal inquiry — and it orients the reader to the factual context. You may non be certain which facts are most lawfully important when you foremost get down writing the memo. Your thought may go clearer and better organized as the writing returns. You would determine which facts are lawfully important by mentioning to the factual standard ( based on elements or factors ) in the legal authorization relevant to the inquiry — e.g. , statutes or instance jurisprudence. For this ground, many people do non compose the concluding version of the inquiry presented ( or the short reply ) until they have about completed the `` treatment '' subdivision of the memo.
6 ) The short reply contains a clear reply to the inquiry ( i.e. , a anticipation ) and an account of that reply. The balanced description of jurisprudence and fact that you provide in the inquiry presented should be mirrored in the short reply. The short reply serves two maps: ( I ) it provides hurried readers with an accessible, bottom-line anticipation every bit good as the nucleus of the relevant jurisprudence and facts ; and ( two ) it provides the more thorough readers with an lineation or digest of your subsequent treatment subdivision. The short reply should work as a roadmap to help readers experience oriented when they move on to the treatment.
8 ) The facts subdivision contains all the factual premises upon which your subsequent legal analysis is based. Certainly, all the facts cited in the application subdivision ( The `` A '' in IRAC or CRRACC ) of your treatment should be presented as portion of the narrative told in the facts subdivision. Bear in head that the busy law-trained reader will value concision in this subdivision, so seek to show merely those facts that are lawfully important or that are necessary to do the job clear. At the same clip, bear in head that the office memo should be a stand-alone papers that can to the full inform any co-worker in your jurisprudence office who may read it ; hence, the facts subdivision should ever incorporate a full and consistent recitation of the relevant facts, whether or non the chief reader of the memo already knows them ( unless, of class, you were instructed to make otherwise ) .
9 ) It is helpful to the reader to show the facts harmonizing to some organisational strategy. In this memo, the author has addressed the bosom of the incident — the advertizement, the sale of the coats, the reaching of the unhappy shopper — in chronological order in the first paragraph ; a 2nd paragraph collects relevant background information about the client. In your ain memo, you can tell the facts wholly chronologically, you can set the most of import incidents or facts foremost, or you can constellate the facts into distinct subjects if the facts are complex and if this is the easiest manner to understand them. Choose the organisational strategy that you think will do the facts most clear and memorable to the reader.
12 ) Since memo writing is prognostic writing, you should seek to keep an nonsubjective and impartial tone as you recount the facts. This is non to state that you should exclude facts that have an emotional impact. Rather, the facts subdivision of an office memo should non be written in a tone that conveys a penchant for a peculiar theory of the instance, that implicitly advocates for one side in the difference, or that telegraphs any of the legal decisions to be drawn in the treatment subdivision. Since you are non recommending for any side, you ought non colourise or qualify the facts as you would if you were writing a brief. Besides, do non notice upon the facts in the facts subdivision or discourse how the jurisprudence will use to them.
23 ) The overall decision contains a sum-up of the chief points of your analysis. In your application subdivision you may hold struggled with countries of uncertainness in the legal philosophy and/or viing policy principles. You may hold besides grappled with a apparently contradictory mixture of facts: some seem to suit into the demands of the regulation ; others suggest that the regulation is non satisfied. You may hold weighed statements against counterarguments. After you have done all this, you must take a place and do a statement about how the tribunal will use the jurisprudence. Given the more to the full fleshed out short reply, the author here has opted for a brief restatement of the ultimate decision.
Analysis and treatment
The Discussion subdivision is the bosom of the memoranda. It provides the locale for explicating and analyzing the jurisprudence, and using it to your facts ( allow the word “synthesis” steer your attack to this subdivision ) . The Discussion subdivision should be broken down into a separate portion for each distinct legal issue covered in the memoranda ; subheadings are helpful here. The treatment of each issue should include an debut, an account of the applicable legal regulation, an application of the regulation to the legal job, and a decision in regard of that issue. The authoritative preparation for this is known as IRAC.
As an assignment, a ‘memo’ is normally for in-house usage, intended to be used by legal co-workers. This can be a ‘legal practice’ papers, to a co-worker or senior member of a jurisprudence house, or a papers on legal policy, for illustration to a politician or an administration responsible for policy alteration, such as entry to a jurisprudence reform committee. Occasionally you may be asked to add a 'letter to the client ' or the memoranda may be for the client every bit good as for a legal co-worker. You need to concentrate on the audience every bit good as the undertaking. For a legal co-worker, the tone will be impersonal and nonsubjective, the writing concise and precise, utilizing the recognized mentioning manner. You may utilize question-style sub-headings, and figure paragraphs for easiness of mention. A 'letter to a client ' would be written in a more enlightening, non-legal manner, underscoring the possible actions and likely results, normally with recommendations. For a legal memoranda addressed to both a legal and a non-legal ( client ) audience, you will be writing persuasively, underscoring the strengths while understating the failings of the client 's place, and reasoning in their favor. If you have any inquiries, confer with your lector.
In its memoranda to the tribunal in support of its gesture for drumhead judgement, Hal, the plaintiff’s lawyer, argued that “the party of the first portion coveted to convey its full involvement in the capable existent belongings to the party of the 2nd part.” The tribunal, unhappy with the linguistic communication, instructs Hal to rewrite his memoranda, excepting any legalese. In his revised memoranda, Hal writes, “The marketer agrees to convey its full involvement in the belongings to the buyer.” The linguistic communication is clearer, fewer words are used ( therefore bring forthing less paper ) , but the message is still the same.
A brief, in this context, is a signifier of taking notes and includes a assortment of subdivisions. When writing a instance brief, get down with the name and commendation of the instance. The first subdivision of the instance brief normally contains a description of the facts of the instance. The 2nd subdivision will incorporate a brief description of the procedural history of the instance, that is, a short description of what happened at the test degree and at the appellant degree, or what types of gestures were filed and when. The 3rd subdivision normally contains a short statement of the chief issue or issues that the instance addresses. The 4th subdivision normally contains the retention of the instance, i.e. , the ultimate result. The last subdivision contains a treatment of the court’s analysis. The name of the justice or other information may be included in a assorted subdivision. Additionally, any concurrencies or dissents should have some treatment.
The courtroom, nevertheless, is non the lone sphere in which legal memorandums can be involved. Attorneys will frequently inquire clerks ( or associates ) to fix a legal memoranda about a peculiar legal issue. This memoranda is used within the jurisprudence house and serves to inform the lawyer about the legal issue, and includes commendations to legal governments. It will besides indicate out a split of governments or ambiguities in the jurisprudence, if applicable. It is of import that the lawyer to whom the memo is addressed is informed of all facets that are relevant to the issue, non merely information that is favourable to your side of the instance.
It is ever a good thought to get down the memo with an introductory paragraph so that the tribunal is immediately attuned to what publish the memoranda addresses. Similarly, it is ever a good thought to include a brief statement of the facts of the instance. The ground why a statement of the facts is indispensable is because the justice who is familiar with your instance may non be the individual reading the memo and writing the ensuing determination. Always assume that the reader is larning about the instance for the first clip. The statement of the facts should non be convoluted – it should offer a clear, concise description of the fortunes giving rise to and environing the instance. Within the statement of the facts should be a few sentences refering the procedural history of the instance. For illustration:
Julie represents the complainant in a motor vehicle accident. In support of her gesture for drumhead judgement, Julie includes in her memoranda the followers: “On the eventide of January 3, 1992, the complainant was going in her car in a western way on Main Street in the metropolis of Myertown, when her auto was all of a sudden and violently struck by the defendant’s car, which was being operated by the suspect. As a consequence, the complainant sustained serious physical hurts for which she has brought this action to retrieve amendss. It is the plaintiff’s contention that the suspect negligently failed to halt at the stop mark as required by jurisprudence. The complainant has respectfully moved this tribunal for drumhead judgement on the land that there is no echt issue of material fact and that the complainant is entitled to judgement as a affair of law.”
Cases should be cited in similar manner – federal instances should predate province instances. The United States Supreme Court should be cited before any other federal tribunal, followed by tribunals of entreaties and so territory tribunals. If more than one instance is cited from the same tribunal, the instances should be listed in rearward chronological order ( i.e. , most recent foremost ) . Decisions from tribunals of entreaties need non be organized by circuit, nevertheless – they are treated as if they are the same tribunal, to be ordered in rearward chronological order. Decisions from the territory tribunals are treated in the same manner. For illustration: In her memoranda in support of her gesture to disregard, Rebecca has many determinations to mention in support of her place. After reexamining a commendation usher to find how to mention all of the determinations, she decides to include the undermentioned twine commendation: State v. Jones, 23 U.S. 235, 31 S.Ct. 3256, 32 L.Ed. 236 ( 1902 ) ; People v. Smith, 932 F.2d 281 ( 2d Cir. 1986 ) ; State v. Miranda, 915 F.2d 248 ( 3d Cir. 1982 ) ; People v. Stuart, 822 F.2d 432 ( 2d Cir. 1970 ) ; State v. Andrews, 234 F.Supp. 343 ( S.D.N.Y. 1953 ) . Her commendation is proper.
Fact: Sam Kant, was arrested for shoplifting at Bilmart, a national section shop. At his wife’s petition, Mr. Kant went to Bilmart on Wednesday, ______ , 20___ , and purchased a instance of six 4 oz. tins of Hoover’s Baked Beans with Bacon. Upon returning place, his married woman chastised him for one time once more neglecting to buy what she had requested. Apparently, Mrs. Kant can’t stand the gustatory sensation of Hoover’s Beans, but is really fond of the Handell’s trade name, and was be aftering to function them to her book nine when she hosted them for tiffin the undermentioned afternoon. Mrs. Kant ordered her hubby to return to Bilmart to interchange the Hoover’s beans for Handell’s beans. Upon reaching at the shop early the following forenoon, Mr. Kant found that the line for client service was highly long due to Bilmart’s one-year sponsorship of a major community nutrient thrust. In an attempt to salvage clip, and believing the line might be shorter upon his return, Mr. Kant placed the instance of Hoover’s beans into a shopping cart, made his manner through the shop to the bean shelf, and so added the instance of Handell’s beans to the cart. However, upon his return, the line had non diminished and it was obvious that Sam would be waiting a considerable sum of clip to formalise the exchange. Fearing the wrath of his married woman should he non return in clip for tiffin, Sam placed the instance of Hoover’s beans inside a cart filled with what appeared to be ware returns in demand of re-stocking. With the coveted instance of Handell’s beans staying in the shopping cart, Mr. Kant so proceeded to the store’s issue. As he neared the doors, Mr. Kant was approached and detained by shop security, who witnessed Sam’s actions, and constabularies were called to the shop. Apparently, the cart into which Sam had placed the Hoover’s Beans did non incorporate returned points to be shelved, but instead, contributions to the Bilmart Community Food Drive. Officers Kopp and Slickman questioned Mr. Kant and so cited him for Shoplifting.
In People v. Stealer ( 2001 ) the suspect was charged with shrinkage when she placed several braces of socks into her coat pocket, conducted a formal exchange between 2 braces of earrings, paying the difference in cost between the originally purchased earrings and the earrings later desired, and so approached the issue of the shop while the socks remained in the pocket without being purchased. The test tribunal held that: ( 1 ) a “taking” can non happen until the suspect has left the shop, and ( 2 ) until the suspected booster has left the premises, mere ownership of the ware fails to turn out guilt beyond a sensible uncertainty.
Memo # 2: Assignment: Review the facts of the Sam Kant instance from Memo One. For this assignment, Mr. Kant stands charged with petit theft instead than shoplifting. Please exhaustively apply the jurisprudence provided below, based on your lessons and reading stuff sing legal analysis and writing. In fixing your memoranda, delight confer with the sample Legal Memorandums from PCD and Statsky. Discuss whether or non you think Mr. Kant could be convicted of petit theft pursuant to the jurisprudence provided. Please note, this is a closed memo and no outside research should be conducted. Apply merely the jurisprudence as provided below. For the intents of this assignment, Sam Kant stands charged with Petit Larceny under Criminal Statute §143.03 ( a ) which provides the followers: A individual is guilty of petit theft when he deprives the proprietor of belongings. Petit theft is a category “A” misdemeanor Criminal Statute § 143.00 Larceny ; Defined ( 1 ) A individual steals belongings and commits larceny when, with purpose to strip another of belongings, or to allow the same to himself, he wrongfully takes, obtains or withholds such belongings from an proprietor thereof.
In State v. Gross ( 2001 ) the suspect moved for dismissal of petit theft charges because he had non yet left the shop with the ware in his ownership. Defendant, Gross, removed 2 rib oculus steaks from the plastic wrapper in which they were encased, puting them below his shirt and under each axilla, and was apprehended after holding passed the last point of purchase, but prior to making the issue doors. The tribunal held that: ( 1 ) a suspect demonstrates the needed purpose to strip an proprietor when he acts in a mode that is contrary to those which would be undertaken by an ordinary individual, under ordinary fortunes for the state of affairs involved, and ( 2 ) actions that are inconsistent with and are finally inauspicious to the owner’s involvement may be plenty to set up guilt beyond a sensible uncertainty, and ( 3 ) the nature of these Acts of the Apostless may be plenty to set up guilt beyond a sensible uncertainty despite the suspect non holding left the premises.
2. Is the physician apt responsible for for assault threatening by word or motion sufficient to do the individual threatened feel in danger. The elements of assault are the undermentioned: an act: behavior by the suspect that creates a sensible apprehensiveness or belief in the complainant of an at hand battery by the suspect ; an purpose: an purpose by the suspect to do this apprehensiveness in the complainant ; and causing: the plaintiffâs apprehensiveness ( s ) must hold been caused by the direct or indirect actions of the suspect and battery the knowing physical invasion upon the organic structure of another?
In instances covering with the negligent behaviour of nursing staff, tribunals have ruled that the oversing physician. In Gallic v. or vs. ; versus, as in Smith v. Jones Fischer, 50 Tenn.App. 587, 362 S.W.2d 926 ( 1962 ) , a kid underwent surgery. During ( Tell the facts of the instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade being cited ) . The tribunal The court or forum where the test occurs, every bit good as the justice himself. The justice is the trier of jurisprudence at the test. held:
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Courts have by and large ruled that physicians ( Introductory statement ) . In Smith v. or vs. ; versus, as in Smith v. Jones Cotter, 810 P. Pacific Reporter2d 1204 ( Nev. 1985 ) , the patient entered the infirmary for. ( State the facts of the instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade being cited ) The tribunal The court or forum where the test occurs, every bit good as the justice himself. The justice is the trier of jurisprudence at the test. in that instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade opined:
In the instant nowadays or current ; the instant instance is the instance being discussed at the present timecase a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade, as in the above authorization the power to take some action ; besides, that which is relied upon in doing a legal statement, a patient. ( Thoroughly use the jurisprudence the regulations, criterions, and enforceable outlooks of society to your clientâs facts. ) Â Therefore, in our clientâs instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade the physician. ( Supply a decision to wrap-up the analysis of the instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe V. Wade. )
Additional authorization the power to take some action ; besides, that which is relied upon in doing a legal statement has established that. ( Introductory statement. ) In Watson v. or vs. ; versus, as in Smith v. Jones Clutts, 262 N.E. North Eastern Reporter2d 617 ( N.C. 1985 ) , a physician was sued for. ( State the facts of the instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade being cited ) The tribunal The court or forum where the test occurs, every bit good as the justice himself. The justice is the trier of jurisprudence at the test. reasoned that:
2. In our instance a legal difference. Case sometimes means the affair on which an lawyer or legal assistant are working for the client, as in âour clientâs instance is traveling to test following week.â The word may besides mention to an sentiment, which is a written determination of the tribunal, such as Roe v. Wade, it appears that our client. ( Answer the papers that responds to the allegations in the ailment ; must be filed within a specific period of clip after service has been effectuated. The reply may besides incorporate the defendantâs affirmatory defences, counterclaims, and cross claims, if any. the 2nd issue a inquiry of jurisprudence about a affair that will finally be decided by the tribunal )
Sam Iam needed hard currency but did n't hold a occupation or any chances of one. He went to the promenade to believe over his hereafter. He was sitting in the promenade java store contemplating whether to pass his last $ 5 on a lattÃ© when he saw a client bead a tray of java cups. The java spilled over the floor around several nearby tabular arraies, sprinkling several other clients. The two java store employees hurried around the counter to wipe up up the muss and smudge java from angry clients. But the employees left the hard currency registry unfastened and unattended. Acting on impulse, Sam leaned over the counter and grabbed a smattering of measures from the registry. One of the employees turned, saw what Sam was making, and shouted for him to set the money back. Sam rapidly stuffed the measures in his pocket and turned to run out of the java store. To acquire off, he shoved another client into the big jar of marbles the java store had as a guess-the-number-of marbles-in-the jar competition. The jar fell and the marbles rolled everyplace. The two employees started toward Sam but both fell when they stepped on the peal marbles. One of the employees broke his arm in his autumn. Sam was caught at the door by the promenade 's security guard.
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