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Bush v. ProTravel International, Inc.
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In May 2001, Alexandra Bush (offended party), an inhabitant of Staten Island, New York, booked a safari get-away with Micato Safaris (respondent) and ProTravel International, Inc. (respondent), a retail travel specialist in downtown Manhattan. The travel understanding obliged Bush to give ProTravel an underlying 20 percent store in the measure of $1,516 which she relinquished in the event that she didn't give notice of her aim to scratch off the safari by September 14, 2001, sixty days before the planned begin of the excursion. Then the attacks of September 11, 2001 occurred. The City of New York was in turmoil for a considerable length of time after the attack. Travel was limited to and from Manhattan and telephone utility had been interrupted. Bush made various unsuccessful endeavors to phone respondents to cross out the safari before the September 14, 2001 due date. Bush at long last achieved ProTravel to wipe out the get-away in mid-October. After respondents declined to restore Bush's store she documented suit to recoup the cash. From there on, respondents documented separate motions for summary judgment.
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