Contracts Keyed to Calamariback
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A mother had an adult daughter who had recently graduated law school. The mother contracted with a tutor to give the daughter a bar prep course. The mother explained to the tutor that the daughter had been promised a job with a prestigious law firm that would pay $155,000 a year, if the daughter passed the bar. The tutor agreed to be the daughter’s tutor for $5,000, even though her going rate was $6,000. Before the tutoring was to begin, the tutor decided to fly to Spain and repudiate the contract. Even though the mother could have easily found another qualified instructor, or the daughter herself could have found an instructor, neither looked for one. The daughter failed the bar exam and her dreams of working for the infamous law firm dwindled away when they refused to hire her. It can be shown that if the daughter had received instruction she would have passed.
If the mother and the daughter join as parties and sue the tutor for breach of contract, how much, if anything, are they entitled to recover?CorrectIncorrect