guys, please help me, thank in advanceWatch
The next day 31 March 2016. G4G discovered that they did not have the necessary authorisation to use the Olympic logo after all, and that it could take them several months to get it. G4G hoped they could still get authorization before the Rio Games began, so they called all the people who had ordered T-shirts to advise them there would be a delay. Arun agreed that he would still accept the T-shirts if they were delivered before his store opened on 3 June 2016. He sent Anna an email confirming the new arrangement, which he refered to as ‘an order for 1000 Olympic T-shirts to be delivered before 3 June 2016 (definitely)’. In the email Arun also said he would not accept delivery or pay for the T-shirts if they arrived after 3 June 2016.
After a lot work and stress .G4G got the Olympic authorization on 28 May at which point they started making the T-shirts. They had a large number of orders, many of which have very specific delivery deadlines, including Arun’s. G4G decided the best thing to do in the circumstances was to make as many T-shirts as they possibly could, and than divide them between their customers. That way each customer would receive some shirts, even if they are not as many as the customer had ordered. Arun’s order arrived on 2June 2016, but it only contained 750 T-Shirts and an invoice for $5 per T-shirt, instead of the $3 price he had originally negotiated.
a. Is Arun requied as a matter of contract law, to accept the T-shirts and pay for them? In your answer you should consider the following.
b. Whether G4G has performed their obligations under the agreement. (3 marks)and
Whether or not Arun has to perform his part of the agreement, by accepting delivery and paying for the T-shirts. What would you advise him to do in this situation? (4 marks)
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