Sons Of Thunder V. Borden Case Analysis

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One of the most frustrating involvements we have as humans is the fact that we enter more and more contracts as working adults. Why does everyone seem to want to enter a contract in recent times? Where do we go when things are so convoluted or cryptic in the fine print of a simple download or update. How do we get answers for the contracts that we are aware of moreover, how do we defend against those that we are unknowingly a part of? How challenging might it be for us to interface with a false contract that does not offer any validity or merit. In the case of Sons of Thunder v. Borden INC; the challenge is to justify whether the verbal agreement made between the two parties were not sufficient. The Sons of Thunder lost wages as Borden cancelled contracts prematurely causing a significant decrease in business and production of goods. Once the case concluded the Sons of …show more content…
A contract entered by a minor may be canceled by the minor or his legal guardian. Furthermore after reaching the age of majority (18 in most states), a person still has a reasonable period of time to cancel the contract he or she may have entered into as a minor Findlaw (2016). In the Marshalls case it is not clear that and implied contract was established; “ A contract that is established by the conduct of a party rather than by the party’s written or spoken word” Kubasek & Brennan (2015). There is no proof that Marshall is aware his son had renewed his verbal agreement with the company either way he was indeed a minor during the time of the transaction. Now to this I know I am going to have to rely on the word of God this passage of scripture came to mind “Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear” (Ephesians 4:29

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