Question: SCENARIO #1 Sally is a merchant, and she purchases 100 cell phones from another merchant to sell in his retail store. The cell phones are…

Question:SCENARIO #1
Sally is a merchant, and she purchases 100 cell phones from another merchant to sell in his retail store. The cell phones are delivered ten days early. Sally counts them to make sure she received 100 cell phones.  The next day, upon inspection, she realizes that all of the cell phones are defective. Sally notifies the seller in writing about the defect and specifically states that the nature of the defect. Sally also asks the seller to provide her with instructions concerning the disposition of the nonconforming goods. The seller does not provide Sally with instructions about the disposition of the nonconforming goods. Instead, the seller sues Sally for improperly revoking the acceptance of the goods.
**The issue has already been provided.
ISSUE: Will the seller prevail in their suit alleging that Sally improperly revoked her acceptance of the goods?
RULE: ***State all UCC Code sections dealing with these issues and include the code numbers.
 ANALYSIS: ***Discuss each of the elements in UCC section dealing with this issue in the analysis.
CONCLUSION
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SCENARIO #2
Monique, who works in a doctor’s office, advertises her car for sale online. Steve sees the ad, inspects the car and offers Monique $5000 for her car. Monique accepted the offer. Steve gave Monique a check for $1000 as a deposit on the car. Steve later refused to go through with the purchase and stopped payment on his deposit check. Monique re-advertised her car at a cost of $60.00 dollars and sold the car for the highest offer of $3,500. She sued Steve for breach of contract and asked for damages of $1560.00. Monique thought that this was the $1500 difference between the contract price and the final sale price as well as the $60 to re-advertise the auto online
**The issue has already been provided.
ISSUE: Is Monique entitled to $1560.00 as the measure of damages for the Steve’s breach of contract? 
RULE: ***State the applicable damages rules and UCC code numbers.
ANALYSIS: ***Please show the math to prove or disprove that $1560 is the correct amount of damages.
CONCLUSION: 
 
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