Therefore, ILC argued, Rose-A-Linda effectively rejected the turkey-hatching unit, relieving ILC of its contractual obligations. Who is correct? Explain.
Can-Key Industries, Inc., manufactured a turkey-hatching unit, which it sold to Industrial Leasing Corporation (ILC), which leased it to Rose-A-Linda Turkey Farms. ILC
The contract judgment might be in favor of Corporation I as the acceptance of Corporation I is based upon the acceptance of the lessee.
Farm R is only obligated for the accepted unit.
There has been a direct rejection by Farm R by notifying Industries R about the rejection. As a result, Farm R did not accept Country T's hatching unit; consequently, Corporation I is not obligated to pay for it.