Proposal for Change in the Terms of Contract
In Week 1, on behalf of your client Clarence Holden, you drafted an offer letter to Flour-Is-Us, with the terms of the contract for sale. In Week 2, you drafted a contract between the parties, i.e., Clarence Holden and Flour-Is-Us, incorporating the desire of the parties based on the facts. In Week 3, you assessed Clarence Holden’s duties as the insured and the possibility of getting Flour-Is-Us to be the defendant in the case.
In response to Clarence Holden’s complaint, Flour-Is-Us says it is not to blame for the late deliveries, due to bad traffic and weather issues. Furthermore, Flour-Is-Us sent a letter to Clarence stating that, because of rising agriculture prices, they are forced to raise their prices on the flour and sugar delivered to Clarence’s bakery.
Research the relevant laws in Westlaw. Then, under the supervision of your attorney, draft a letter of 400–600 words to the client, stating whether Flour-Is-Us can raise the price of the goods sold to
Clarence and whether its excuses will allow them to avoid delivering goods to Clarence’s bakery on time.