Explain whether Jones and Walker will be successful in an action against Jacobs for breach of contract.
Jacobs, owner of a farm, entered into a contract with Earl Walker in which Walker agreed to paint the buildings on the farm. As authorized by Jacobs, Walker acquired the paint from Jones with the bill to be sent to Jacobs. Before the work was completed, Jacobs without good cause ordered Walker to stop. Walker made offers to complete the job, but Jacobs declined to permit Walker to fulfill his contract. Jacobs refused to pay Jones for the paint Walker had acquired for the job. Explain whether Jones and Walker will be successful in an action against Jacobs for breach of contract.
Individuals JN and Ware going top revail in the suit due to breach of contract by the prevention of performance by Individual JC.
Initially, Individual JC agreed to pay if Individual W ordered paint from Individual JN, but refused to pay for it later, which makes Individual JC liable to compensate the cost incurred as per the contract.
The law implies that no party shall put a stop to, obstruct, or delay the performance of another party under the contract. Both Individuals JN and W are willing to complete the task at hand and are denied to complete the task.