Billy and Charlie agree to enter into a contract for the sale of all Billy’s Star Trek memorabilia. Charlie agrees to pay Billy $5000 for the collection. Th e contract has a list of all the items which are subject to the sale. Th e contract states that the items are in “mint condition.” Th e contract has a clause that it contains all the terms and conditions between the parties and is a fi nal and binding agreement. When Charlie receives the memorabilia, he is upset because some of the pieces are not in great condition. He wants his money back. Billy refuses. Charlie sues Billy for breach of contract. Billy counters by stating that he produced all the items as outlined in the contract. What are Charlie’s arguments in setting aside the contract? In the alternative, what are Billy’s arguments for the contract’s enforceability? Discuss all issues with particular attention to the document interpretation issues.
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