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Question: Westerfield contracted with Bradley Building

Westerfield contracted with Bradley Building Company for the construction of a ranch house as a wedding gift for his daughter. Before construction began, Westerfield died and Bradley announced that he would not build the house. Westerfield’s daughter brought suit in her own name to compel Bradley to build the house as it had contracted to do.
a. Does the daughter have any rights in the contract between her father and Bradley Construction Company?
b. Can the daughter, a third-party beneficiary, seek to have the court force Bradley Construction Company to construct the house or to pay damages to the daughter?


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