Acme Fireworks Should Not Operate As A Sole Proprietorship

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Fireworks are one of those things that everyone loves to see every chance they can get. Acme Fireworks wants to start showing fireworks on the regular basis, but it will cost more to hire more people for the labor, insurance, and the service of setting off the fireworks. I will determine if the contract with the businesses will be governed by common law or the Uniform Commercial Code and explain why, analyze whether the owner formed the contract with the business and apply the five essential elements of an enforceable contract. I will explain the potential personal liability to Acme Fireworks if a spectator is injured by a stray firework from a fireworks display, discuss the difference employment types and relationships relevant to agency law and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of each type specific to Acme Fireworks. I will also explain why Acme Fireworks should not operate as a sole proprietorship and I will recommend a new business entity and provide rationale to support my recommendation. I would say that the contract with the business will be Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) because I see this as more of a business deal and transaction between the one company to another. There will be contracts and deals between them and money exchange of sale for manufactured goods and not a common good so this would be considered an enforceable contract. Now that the existence of an enforceable contract has been established for this transaction the determination of the proper

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