Einstein

Einstein

In accordance with the law, the Buyer and the Seller have several ways to go about in resolving their disputes. One way to go through the legal system is through a civil trial, where both a judge and a jury preside. The Buyer and the Seller in this case are the plaintiff and defendant, respectively. The plaintiff (Buyer) who is suing the defendant (Seller) for compensatory and punitive damages is accusing the defendant of running him out of business by a breach in the contract. The plaintiff states that since the gasoline werent delivered to the gas stations, he had to ultimately close down the business. Both the plaintiff and the defendant should hire attorneys with extensive experience in these matters. Once that matter is settled, both plaintiff and defendant should appropriate all the necessary evidence to their attorneys. Evidence can reside in many forms, such as witnesses, documents, and experts. The plaintiff should be aware that the “Burden of proof” lies upon them, and they will be required to show a preponderance of evidence if the case is to be won. The defendant and the plaintiff can also claim “Discovery” in which both parties can see each others witnesses,

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