BUS-340 Week 5 DQ 2 The death of a promisor in a personal services contract discharges an agreement
The death of a promisor in a personal services contract discharges an agreement. However, if a promisor dies, other types of contracts live on. Is this sensible? Why? Would it be better to discharge all kinds of agreements if one of the parties passes away? Justify your response with specific reasons, facts, and examples.
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Course: BUS-340: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business
School: Grand Canyon University