Please make sure all points are discussed in the instructions. I have attached the grading rubrics. Thank you so very much. Reference page required.This Competency Assessment assesses the following learning competency/competencies:LS311-4 – Analyze the remedies for Breach of ContractCandie Cardigan as a representative for CARDWARE has decided to auction her strapless giraffe print dress made of silk, satin with velvet markings. This particular dress was used in a movie filmed in S. Africa. The dress had been show cased among other famous dresses in the Silkadonia Actors Guild Museum. Cassie Cardigan was chosen to act as the auctioneer for World Wide Auction House. The bidding for the dress began at $5,000. Pearl has been looking forward to participating in the auction for this dress for over three months. Pearl raised her auction paddle and bid the initial $5,000. Jade also wanted the giraffe print dress and upped the ante to $5,500. The two battled the bidding to where it appeared that Pearl got the dress for $8,500.00, as Cassie smiled and nodded at Pearl.Candie and Jade had been friends for years, as they had modeled together growing up as children. Candie quietly told Cassie to sell the dress to Jade. When Pearl presented $8,500 to Cassie, Cassie refused to take her money claiming that the dress was to go to Jade. Cassie further explained that Jade had allegedly had raised her paddle after Pearl’s final bid and showed five fingers meaning that she was bidding $500.00 more over the $8,500.00 bid made by Pearl. In reality, no such action by Jade had taken place.Pearl now wants to sue for breach of contract. She has come to your office asking for your help. She wants you to request that Candie turn the dress over to her for the $8,500 that she bid. Your supervising attorney Les Agne indicates that you should investigate a cause of action for breach of contract, as well as a cause of action based on specific performance. Be aware of whom the true Plaintiff may be in this potential case and who causes of action may be brought against. Also, Les has scribbled the following notes to help you with organizing your thoughts regarding Specific Performance.Dear Paralegal:After you establish a contract exists as a result of the auctioning of the giraffe print dress, you may want to consider the following with regard to specific performance:You must have a contract in placeThe remedy at law must not be adequate (hence damages alone will not provide relief to the party who is seeking specific performance.The remedy must be enforceableIf one party can bring the action for specific performance, so can the other if the positions were reversed.If there were any conditions to the contract, all were satisfied.Be sure to discuss defenses with regard to the contract. In other words, what will Candie or the Auction House say in response to there being a contract?Assignment Instructions:Please write me a memorandum in the following format:Date:To: Les Agne, Attorney at lawFrom: [Your Name]Re: Potential Causes of Action for Breach of Contract and Specific PerformanceOrganize your memorandum with an introduction, body, and conclusion.Note: Your memorandum length of 2–3 pages is separate from the cover sheet and reference page.Keep all font color consistent throughout. If a blue hyperlink appears, remove it by hovering over it and right click. A vertical dropdown menu will appear. Click on Remove Hyperlink.Avoid the use of first person.Provide in-text citations. If a reference is listed in your reference page, make sure it is displayed within your submission where you retrieved information from.Provide hanging indents where needed.Double space throughout your submission, including throughout your reference page. Note: This includes between your references.Your reference page should be separate from the body of your submission.Use Times New Roman size 12 font.Provide an APA formatted cover sheet.All competency criteria must be met to earn a B grade and pass this Course Outcome. A predefined number of mastery criteria must be met to earn an A grade, indicating mastery of the Course Outcome. See the CLA and Grade Criteria Chart below.*If work submitted for this Competency Assessment does not meet the minimum submission requirements, it will be returned without being scored.METNOT YET METRemedies for breach of contract CompetencyStudent discusses whether or not a contract exists between the auction house and Pearl.If the student indicates that the suit be brought against Cassie or Candie.Student discusses the concept of specific performance and whether or not it is a remedy that is available to Pearl.Student discusses potential defenses with regard to the alleged contract. MasteryStudent clearly explains the potential defenses.Total Competency Criteria:Total Mastery Criteria:CLA and Grade Criteria ChartCRITERIACLA ScoreGradePointsMeets all competency criteria and 50%-100% of mastery criteria5A1000Meets all competency criteria and 0%-49% of mastery criteria4B850Meets 75%-99% of competency criteria3Not Yet Competent*0Meets 50%-75% of competency criteria2Not Yet Competent*0Meets 1%-49% of competency criteria1Not Yet Competent*0Meets 0 competency criteria0Not Yet Competent*0No submissionNANot Yet Competent*0*Not Yet Competent grades convert to an F at term end
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