Case Analysis Baker/Osborne

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In this case scenario, Osborne can be sued in court since the arbitration agreement was not obligatory on the homeowners so they could sue the builder. In here the Osborne signed the contract with HBW, and not the homeowners and this is why the arbitration agreement isn’t binding for the homeowners.

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Case Analysis Baker/OsborneLS311: Business Law - 01Professor: Toni StarcherAssignment 2: Case Analysis Baker/OsborneCase Analysis Baker/OsborneIn this case scenario, Osborne can be sued in court since the arbitration agreement was not obligatory on the homeowners so they could sue the builder. In here the Osborne signed the contract with HBW, and not the homeowners and this is why the arbitration agreement isnt binding for the homeowners. The arbitration agreement was procedurally unconscionable since the arbitration agreement wasnt included I the contract between Osborne and

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