Bob Moreland left his plane at Don Gray’s aircraft repair shop to be painted. When Moreland picked up the airplane, he was disappointed in the quality of the work and pointed out numerous defects. Moreland refused to pay Gray and flew the plane to another shop to have the work redone. Gray sued to collect, contending that Moreland had no right to take the plane to another shop with-out giving Gray a chance to fix any defects. Gray further argued that by taking the plane, Moreland had accepted Gray’s work. Moreland counterclaimed for his expenses. Which party should be awarded damages and why?

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