Wally and Beaver were general partners in the car dealership. By using the partnership name, Wally entered in the contract to buy 30 used cars from Car Lots. Car Lots wasn’t aware that Wally wasn’t authorized to enter in this type of agreement. When the cars were delivered, Beaver refused to admit the cars. Car Lots wants to enforce contract. Each party will view this condition and the likely outcome to be dissimilar. What are the best arguments for the Car Lots? What are best arguments for the car dealership? After examining the facts and different legal arguments on behalf of each party, make the final determination as to which party is most likely to win if this case were to go to court. Be sure to base your conclusions on your investigation taking in account the facts provided, reasonable assumptions and the appropriate law (as opposed to listing your personal opinion).