1. Bong made a contract with Dell Drilling Company to drill for oil in the northwest corner of his property. When drilling began on the morning of March 15, Bong was busy with several business appointments in the city. Shortly after drilling started, Bong’s neighbor, Rebecca, noticed with curiosity the work taking place on the northeast section of her land. Four days later, Rebecca was disappointed when she discovered that oil was not found on her property. Bong was furious when he learned the drilling was done in the wrong location. Both Bong and Rebecca refuse to pay Dell Drilling for the work. Decide, discussing fully the arguments of ALL parties.
1. On Thursday, April 25, Bong mailed Maria a letter offering to sell his car to her for $5,400 and stating that he must know her decision no later than 10 AM Monday, April 29. On Saturday, April 27, having changed his mind, Bong sent a fax to Maria’s office revoking his offer. On Sunday, April 28, Maria gave her letter agreeing to buy Bong’s car to a delivery service that guaranteed delivery of Maria’s letter to Bong before 10 AM Monday morning. The service delivered her letter to Bong Monday morning. Maria did not go to her office over the weekend and thus did not learn that Bong had changed his mind until Monday morning. When Maria demanded that Bong sell his car to her as promised, Bong claimed that no contract existed. Is Bong correct? Discuss fully the arguments of both Maria and Bong
1. Describe the differences between trial courts and appellate courts.