On July 2, Curran, a sales representative for the Bright Lighting Company, obtained a written order from Watts for a generator suitable for his farmhouse. A few hours later Watts phoned Curran and told him that he had changed his mind and wanted to cancel the order. Curran told Watts that it was too late, since the order had already been mailed to the offices of the Bright Lighting Company. Watts replied that as far as he was concerned, “the deal is off.” On July 10 Bright Lighting Company wrote to Watts acknowledging receipt of his order the equipment was shipped to Watts on July 30, but Watts refused to accept delivery. Bright Lighting Company then sued Watts on the contract it claimed to have with him. Discuss the main arguments that could be made by each side and the probable result.
The question belongs to Law and it discusses about a case where a person calls an electrical company and orders a generator for his farm house. After some hours, he calls the company and asks them cancel the order. The company refuses to accept the cancellation and sends the generator to his home. The person refuses to pay and the company sues him for breach of contract.
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