Analyze Business Case 22-4, “The Right to Recover Damages,” located
on page 423 of your textbook. Then prepare a professional-caliber brief
on the case. Based on the case information provided: State the facts of the case and the key issues.Cite the code or statute provisions applicable to the case.Determine whether the buyer in this case has a right to recover damages from the seller, and explain your reasoning.Express your main points, arguments, concepts, and information coherently and logically. To support your brief: Explain the performance required of a seller and a buyer, under a sales contract governed by the UCC.Identify remedies for a breach of contract that are available under the UCC. Case: 22–4. The Right to Recover Damages. Woodridge USA Properties, L.P., bought eighty-seven commercial truck trailers from Southeast Trailer Mart, Inc. (STM). Gerald McCarty, an independent sales agent who arranged the deal, showed Woodridge the documents of title. They did not indicate that Woodridge was the buyer. Woodridge asked McCarty to sell the trailers, and within three months they were sold, but McCarty did not give the proceeds to Woodridge. Woodridge—without mentioning the title documents— asked STM to refund the contract price. STM refused. Does Woodridge have a right to recover damages from STM? Explain. [Woodridge USA Properties, L.P. v. Southeast Trailer Mart, Inc., 412 Fed.Appx. 218 (11th Cir. 2011)] (See Rem- edies of the Buyer or Lessee.)