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Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation an

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Please save your responses in one Word or PDF document to upload. In preparing your responses, use the IRAC format (see Appendix A-2 in your text and the sample case). 2-1: Standing to Sue. Jack and Maggie Turton bought a house in Jefferson County, Idaho,located directly across the street from a gravel pit. A few years later, the county converted thepit to a landfill. The landfill accepted many kinds of trash that cause harm to the environment,including major appliances, animal carcasses, containers with hazardous content warnings,leaking car batteries, and waste oil. The Turtons complained to the county, but the county did nothing. The Turtons then filed a lawsuit against the county alleging violations of federalenvironmental laws pertaining to groundwater contamination and other pollution. Do the Turtons have standing to sue? Why or why not? 4-5: Neglience. DSC Industrial Supply and Road Rider Supply are located in North Kitsap Business Park in Seattle, Washington. Both firms are owned by Paul and Suzanne Marshall. The Marshalls had outstanding commercial loans from Frontier Bank. The bank dispatched one of its employees, Suzette Gould, to North Kitsap to “spread Christmas cheer” to the Marshalls as an expression of appreciation for their business. Approaching the entry to Road Rider, Gould tripped over a concrete “wheel stop” and fell, suffering a broken arm and a dislocated elbow. The stop was not clearly visible, it had not been painted a contrasting color, and it was not marked with a sign. Gould had not been aware of the stop before she tripped over it. Is North Kitsap liable to Gould for negligence? Explain. [Gould v. North Kitsap Business Park Management, LLC, 192 Wash.App. 1021 (2016)] (See Negligence.) 5–2.Fair Use. Professor Wise is teaching a summer seminar in business torts at State University. Several times during the course, he makes copies of relevant sections from business law texts and distributes them to his students. Wise does not realize that the daughter of one of the textbook authors is a member of his seminar. She tells her father about Wise’s copying activities, which have taken place without her father’s or his publisher’s permission. Her father sues Wise for copyright infringement. Wise claims protection under the fair use doctrine. Who will prevail? Explain. (See Copyrights). 8–2.Offer. Ball writes to Sullivan and inquires how much Sul-livan is asking for a specific forty-acre tract of land Sullivan owns. Ball then receives a letter from Sullivan stating, “I will not take less than $60,000 for the forty-acre tract as specified.” Ball immediately sends Sullivan a fax stating, “I accept your offer for $60,000 for the forty-acre tract as specified.” Discuss whether Ball can hold Sullivan to a contract for sale of the land. (See Agreement)

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