Analyze Business Case 20-6, “The Statute of Frauds,” (Attached). 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 contract is enforceable under the Statute of Frauds, and explain your reasoning.Express your main points, arguments, concepts, and information coherently and logically. To support your brief: Explain the requirements of sales and lease contracts, as determined under the provisions of the UCC.Explain when the title of goods passes from the seller to the buyer, as determined under the provisions of the UCC. Additional Requirements Cover page: Include your name, the assignment
number, and the assignment or case title (for example: John Smith,
u01a1, The Statute of Frauds Case).Length: 1–2 double-spaced pages, not including the cover page.Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12-point.APA formatting: Format resources and citations according to current APA guidelines.
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20–6. The Statute of Frauds.
Kendall Gardner agreed to buy from B&C Shavings a specially built shaving mill to produce wood
shavings for poultry processors. B&C faxed an invoice to Gardner reflecting a purchase price of $86,200,
with a 30 percent down payment and the “balance due before shipment.” Gardner paid the down
payment. B&C finished the mill and wrote Gardner a letter telling him to “pay the bal- ance due or you
will lose the down payment.” By then, Gard- ner had lost his customers for the wood shavings, could not
pay the balance due, and asked for the return of his down pay- ment. Did these parties have an
enforceable contract under the Statute of Frauds? Explain. [Bowen v. Gardner, 2013 Ark. App. 52, 425
S.W.3d 875 (2013)] (See The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts.)

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