A-One Landscapers, Inc., owes Friendly Finance Company $5,000. A-One enters into a contract with Suburban Office Park under which A-One promises to maintain the landscaping on Suburban’s property. Under the contract, Suburban promises to pay Friendly Finance the amount that will be due A-One until A-One’s debt to Friendly Finance is paid. A-One performs as promised, but Suburban does not pay Friendly Finance. Can Friendly Finance succeed in a suit against Suburban? Why or why not?
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