Billy ordered two rooms of furniture from Rooms-To-Go. Billy paid the full price of both rooms. When Rooms-To-Go delivered the furniture to Billy, he said that he could only take one room of the furniture and asked Rooms-To-Go to take the other room of furniture back to their warehouse until he could take that room of furniture. Rooms-To-Go agreed to do that and placed the other room of furniture that Billy ordered and paid for in its warehouse. While the furniture was in the Rooms-To-Go warehouse, it was destroyed by fire. Billy asked Rooms-To-Go to refund the money that he paid for the furniture that was destroyed by fire, but Rooms-To-Go refused, claiming that the risk of loss was on Billy since he was the owner of the furniture that was destroyed by fire.
Does Rooms-To-Go owe Billy the money for the furniture destroyed by fire or is Billy out of luck?
The response must be in your own words…NO REFERENCES….PER THE PROFESSOR….THE RESPONSE SHOULDN’T BE NO LONGER THAN 1 OR 2 PARAGRAPHS.
Kubasek, N., Browne, M. N., Herron, D. J., Dhooge, L. J., & Barkacs, L. (2016). Dynamic business law: The essentials (3rd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.