Twenty Three Legal Issues
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The paper presents 23 points on which Bob will need help, and it does not include any purely criminal actions, which could be brought against Bob. It finds that Bob committed conversion, fraud, RICO violations, sold unregistered securities, forged checks and forged title documents. The paper points out that all this is from someone who aspired to a career in accounting. The paper recommends that he should reconsider his career path- with this sort of record he will be found without the moral qualifications for that role.
From the Paper:"Bailment for Mutual Benefit creates duty to use reasonable care in using car. Facts: Fraternity Brother provided car to Bob with right to use in return for care in keeping car. Relate law to facts: Bob sold the car, violating bailment. Legal Conclusion: Bob is liable to Fraternity Brother for the reasonable value of the car. Issue #2: Contract for Sale of Car to Mr. Buyer."
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