Alias Training TU
Posted 11 July 2016 - 07:05 AM
If they're competent that sounds good to me. Bunch of trainers in one place so clients aren't all over the place looking at different sites for calendars, and the organization crap is all offloaded onto someone else.
Unfortunately, these guys were apparently the opposite of competent.
Posted 17 October 2016 - 05:45 PM
This raises an interesting question:
- Party A contracts with Party B to be its collection agent for professional service fees, and as such, B represents A, with A's full knowledge and consent to the arrangement.
- People pay Party B for services, Party B does not pay Party A.
- Party A chooses not to render services since it has not received the money. Note I am not saying "not been paid", since the agent representing A has been paid and, from the perspective of the buyer, Party A has been paid.
Is Party A then legally justified in taking the position "Party B owes you the money for a refund; we do not" ? Does the agency relationship relieve Party A from any obligation to refund or perform?
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