20. Reading Mr Noel`s e-mail, Mr Ryan believed that it was Cord`s agreement with Ryder that was `written in words`. (Ed. Me at 106). Since the dimensions of our action, in their current position, are delimited by the four angles of the rental agreement, its interpretation is a question of law which falls entirely within the competence of the Court of Justice. See: United States vs. Nickel (CA 10), 243 F.2d 924. Therefore, if the court`s interpretation is correct, the judgment rendered was correct. On the other hand, if the contract is interpreted in such a way that Central is required to use the devices in “normal and ordinary mode”, their admitted refusal to use the devices constituted a violation of the law. In this case, the question of remedies and their scope at first instance falls within the jurisdiction. Rates booked online do not include applicable taxes, royalties, surcharges, additional accessories, protection plans acquired at the time of rental, necessary refundable deposit or other applicable fees. Fees are available at the time of pickup. The rates booked and indicated are only valid at the place indicated for 30 days from the date of booking.
Sutton submits that Ryder`s right to own the vehicles in the event of a delay and to require Sutton to purchase those vehicles has the same effect as selling the trucks to a third party at a public sale and obtaining a default judgment. While there may be little, if any, practical difference between the right to own and demand and the right to repossess, sell, and seek a default judgment, Ryder has sought none of these remedies. Ryder sought only damages for lease payments that were actually due and payable after the contract and for the early termination fees provided for in the contract. Ryder claimed these contract damages for the early termination of the lease and not for the delay. 10.M. Noel stated that when a transportation company leaves the company or subcontracts its work and has long-term leases with Ryder, the equipment in question is returned to Ryder. (Tr. II to 148).