Michael is interested in promoting the passage of a bill in the State legislature. He agrees with Christy, an attorney, to pay Christy for her services in drawing up the required bill, procuring its introduction in the legislature, and making an argument for its passage before the legislative committee to which it will be referred. Christy renders these services. Subsequently, upon Michael’s refusal to pay her, Christy sues Michael for damage for breach of contract. Will Christy prevail? Explain.
Individual C provided with legal services to Individual M and completed the task of drawing the bill. So, Individual M has no right to refuse to make the payment to Individual C. The case is going to be in the favor of Individual C.
The case is going to be in the favor of Individual C since the services rendered by Individual C are legal and Individual M is under obligation to pay for the services of Individual C.
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