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T : Siapa pihak yang akan menanggung biaya ganti rugi?

J : Seharusnya yang menanggung ganti rugi PT. Rayon Multi Warna karena PT. Rayon Multi Warna melakukan wanprestasi (karena tidak dilaksanakannya prestasi atau kewajiban sebagaimana mestinya yang dibebankan oleh kontrak kepada pihak PT. Rayon Multi Warna), karena secara lalai menimbulkan kerugian bagi orang lain. Hal tersebut memenuhi syarat syarat materiil dari wanprestasi. PT. Rayon Multi Warna memiliki kewajiban membayar ganti rugi kepada pihak yang dirugikan.

T : Berapa presentase biaya ganti rugi?

J : Seluruhnya ditanggung oleh PT. Rayon Multi Warna.

T : Apa jaminan dari PT. Rayon Multi Warna?

J : Asumsikan bila PT. Rayon Multi Warna tidak mampu untuk membayar ganti rugi. Apabila PT. DJU memperkarakan hal tersebut kepada pihak yang berwajib, seberapa besar kemanfaatan yang diperoleh PT. DJU. Dari segi biaya yang ditanggung oleh PT. DJU akibat kesalahan yang dilakukan PT. Rayon Multi Warna mungkin tidak sebanding dengan besarnya kerugian yang ditanggung oleh PT. Rayon Multi Warna karena kesalahan bukan menyeluruh hanya yang terdapat pada warna dasi. Untuk mengurus perkara tersebut tidak hanya biaya secara material tetapi juga biaya yang berupa waktu, yang mungkin, bisa digunakan untuk hal yang lebih penting bagu perusahaan tersebut. Dari biaya yang berupa , mungkin orang yang mengurusnya itu bisa melakukan hal yang lebih produktif bagi perusahaan tersebut.

T : Apa adil apabila dalam masa mengandung Ibu Anna dipenjarakan?

J : Karena di mata hukum bu Anna melakukan wanprestasi dengan melaksanakan apa yang diperjanjikan tetapi tidak sebagaimana diperjanjikan dan tidak memandang apakah hamil atau tidak.

T : Apa yang menjadi tuntutan dari PT. DJU kepada PT. Rayon Multi Warna untuk melakukan ganti rugi

J : Warna dasi tidak sesuai dengan…...

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