3 multiple choice questionsagency and employment law Molly borrowed $5,000 from Larry and, as Collateral, gave him jewelry and authority to sell the jewelry if she defaulted. Afterward, Molly had second thoughts and revoked the agency. Which of the following statements is true? A. Molly can terminate the agency if she paid the loan. B. Molly can terminate the agency based on impossibility of performance. C. Molly can't terminate the agency unless she claims bankruptcy. D. Molly can't terminate the agency unless Larry sold the jewelryEric has gradually been losing his eyesight, which has adversely affected his work. When the boss fires Eric, she tells him that she's letting him go because he can't see anymore. Eric's discharge is A. wrongful because once hired, employees can't be discharged due to disability. B. wrongful if the employer can make a reasonable accommodation for his disability. C. not wrongful if he can't perform the job without reasonable accommodations by the employer. D. not wrongful because it didn't involve a hiring decision Jane works for Big Business, Inc., as a sales representative. The boss decides to fire her because she isn't a Mets fan. The boss can A. not fire Jane if she agrees to become a Mets fan. B. not fire Jane if here work was satisfactory. C. fire Jane. D. not fire Jane because of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
2. should be B
3. Should be C
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