May Lisa recover damages from Curtis? May she recover damages from Jay? If so, does Jay have an action against Curtis?
Lisa hired Jay in the spring, as she had for many years, to set out in beds the flowers Lisa had grown in her greenhouses during the winter. The work was to be done in Lisa’s absence for $300. Jay became ill the day after Lisa departed and requested his friend, Curtis, to set out the flowers, promising to pay Curtis $250 when Jay received his payment. Curtis agreed. Upon completion of the planting, an agent of Lisa’s, who had authority to dispense the money, paid Jay, and Jay paid Curtis. Within two days, it became obvious that the planting was a disaster. Everything set out by Curtis had died of water rot because he had operated Lisa’s automatic watering system improperly. May Lisa recover damages from Curtis? May she recover damages from Jay? If so, does Jay have an action against Curtis?
A suit against Individual C for violation of the contract, between Individual J and Individual C,canbe brought before Individual L. Individual L is the planned beneficiary of Individual J's and Individual C's contract. The action against Individual J can be upheld by Individual L. And if they are of such design, so as to be delegable, a promisor isnot going assign or relieve themself of their duties under the contract.
The performances of an individual should not be delegated until it is accepted by the other party.Individual L is going to seek damages against Individual J and Individual C. Based on their assignment and delegation agreement, Individual J has an application against Individual C.
Individual L is going to recover damages against Individual J and Individual C. Centred on the task and delegation arrangement, Individual J can file a suit against Individual C.