Case Study Analysis | Fine Spirits & MontGras Winery

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CASE STUDY ANALYSIS0|P a g eCASE STUDY ANALYSISLIABILITIES
CASE STUDY ANALYSISTable of ContentsIntroduction.....................................................................................................................................................................1Facts of the case and Issues............................................................................................................................................1Rule of Law and Analysis...............................................................................................................................................2References.......................................................................................................................................................................71|P a g e
CASE STUDY ANALYSISIntroductionThis paper is a case study analysis based on the facts that Fine Spirits Imports and MontGrasWinery has at all went into terms which formed a contract between them and also the obligationswhich parties to a contract are dutybound to perform, whether, was performed so as to claimdamages or compensation to each other and also to the third party, by the not performingindividual part and also lack of performance by the authorized agent who worked towards thefulfilment of the contract, thereby causing harm or injuries to third parties in the course of action.Facts of the case and IssuesFine Spirits Imports ordered a shipment of wine from MontGras Winery and applied from thatMont Gras Winery website, and the terms so laid by the MontGras Winery was agreed upon byGus Garcia, owner of Fine Spirits Imports. Payment was also scheduled with terms thatconsideration will move towards the seller, once the wine has arrived in the agreed place. TheMiami Trust Bank, emailed the bill of lading along with the invoices to Gus Garcia and wasfurther informed that notification of arrival of wine will be supplied to both the parties, i.e. bothFine Spirits imports and MontGras Winery. All the information relating to bank transfer wasformalized and documented, but, Gus Garcia’s administrative assistant provided wronginformation regarding the inputs in transactions and which included information of seller, whichwas not at all seller’s, but was for some farm in Morocco. The wine arrived on scheduled date,but was delivered in wrong warehouse and was delivered by Smooth Sailing Shipping. Notice ofdelivery was sent to both the parties, but, no one took any further action in mending the delivery2|P a g e
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