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Donald and Gloria Bowden hosted a cookout at their home in South Carolina, inviting mostly business acquaintances. Justin Parks, who was nineteen years old, attended the party. Alcoholic beverages were available to all of the guests, even those who, like Parks, were between the ages of eighteen and twenty-one. Parks consumed alcohol at the party and left with other guests. One of these guests detained Parks at the guest’s home to give Parks time to “sober up.” Parks then drove himself from this guest’s home and was killed in a one-car accident. At the time of death, he had a blood alcohol content of 0.291 percent, which exceeded the state’s limit for driving a motor vehicle. Linda Marcum, Parks’s mother, filed a suit in a South Carolina state court against the Bowdens and others, alleging that they were negligent. (See Unintentional Torts—Negligence.)
(a) The first group will present arguments in favor of holding the social hosts liable in this situation.
Rocky owns and operates Balboa's Gym located in Philadelphia. The following transactions occur for the month of October:
- Record each transaction. 2. Identify the transactions involving cash. 3. Assuming the balance of cash at the beginning of October is $16,600, post each cash transaction to the Cash T-account and compute the ending cash balance. 4. Prepare a statement of cash flows for the month of October, properly classifying each of the cash transactions into operating, investing, and financing activities. 5. Verify that the net cash flows reported in the statement of cash flows equal the change in the cash balance for the month.