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I need to accept and I dont see the accept button now.

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I need to accept and I don't see the accept button now.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.

WebLaw :

I think the problem might be that you need to open a new question page in order to accept.

WebLaw :

here are the answers to 3 and 4

WebLaw :

3. a
4. b

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.

7. Larry thinks the necklace owned by Samantha is worth a million dollars. Larry offers a million dollars to Samantha for the necklace, and she accepts. Later, Larry has the necklace appraised and learns it's worth only $10,000. Which of the following is true?

A. Samantha has the right to rescind the contract and have the necklace returned.

B. Larry can't have the contract set aside on grounds of mistake.

C. Larry can have the contract set aside on grounds of mistake.

D. Larry can have the contract set aside on grounds of capacity.


8. Camille and Paul go to a bar, and Camille has too much to drink. Camille agrees to paint Paul's house for an agreed-on price. Camille sobers up the next day and decides she wants out of the contract. Which of the following provide Camille with the bestargument for getting out of the contract?

A. Camille's judgment was impaired by the alcohol.

B. The contract price is too low.

C. Emotional duress

D. Camille's intoxication deprived her of the ability to understand she was entering into a contract.
Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.

7. B.
8. d
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
9. Regan marries at age 17. Then, she enters into a contract with Art to purchase an automobile for $10,000. She later changes her mind and wants to void the contract. Which of the following is true?

A. Regan can't void the contract because she is married.

B. Regan can't void the contract because she is over 15.

C. Regan can void the contract because she is married.

D. Regan can void the contract because she is a minor.


10. Which of the following is a necessary element both for fraud and for misrepresentation?

A. A false statement

B. A hidden problem

C. The intent to deceive

D. A fiduciary relationship

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
11. Lance e-mails Fred, offering to buy his motorcycle for $750. Fred replies, agreeing. Later, Fred declines to honor the agreement, claiming that e-mail agreements aren't enforceable. In both the initial e-mail and the reply Lance and Fred typed their names. Which of the following is true?

A. There's no contract because contracts must have hand-written signatures to be enforceable.
B. There's no contract because the e-mails weren't witnessed.

C. The e-mails constitute a contract if Lance and Fred have agreed that electronic signatures can be used to create the agreement.
D. There's no contract because e-mail agreements aren't enforceable.


12. Ed contracts with Nathan to kill Nathan's mother-in-law for $1,000. Which element of consideration is missing from this contract?

A. All the elements of consideration are present

B. Adequacy of consideration

C. Legality of consideration

D. Consideration wasn't a bargained-for exchange

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
9 a
10 b ?
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Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
11 c
12 c
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
13. Josh runs over Barbara's dog. Barbara promises not to sue Josh if he pays her $200. Josh pays $200. Then Barbara sues, claiming an agreement not to sue doesn't constitute consideration. Which of the following is true?

A. Agreement not to sue is consideration only if it approximates what a court would have awarded.
B. Agreement not to sue isn't consideration.

C. Agreement not to sue is consideration.

D. Such contracts violate public policy and therefore are unenforceable.


14. Jacques offers to paint Alisha's house for $100. Before Alisha responds, Jacques dies. Which of the following statements is true?

A. A representative of Jacques's estate must find someone to paint Alisha's house.

B. There's no contract because Alisha failed to accept Jacques's offer before he died.

C. Jacques's offer has been revoked.

D. A representative of Jacques's estate must paint Alisha's house for $100.

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
13 c
14 c
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
15. Tom is selling his motorcycle to Carl. Tom tells Carl that the motorcycle runs perfectly, though he knows that the motorcycle leaks oil. Carl purchases the motorcycle and discovers the problem. Which of the following is true?

A. Tom committed fraud in the inception.

B. Tom committed active fraud.

C. Tom hasn't committed fraud.

D. Tom committed passive fraud.


16. Esther lives with a caregiver on whom she is greatly dependent and trusts. The caregiver persuades Esther to sign a contract with the caregiver that greatly favors the caregiver. If the contract is set aside, it will likely be on what grounds?

A. Undue influence

B. Duress

C. Mistake

D. Fraud

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
17. Dave is declared insane and committed to an asylum. Dave escapes and goes to a car dealership, where he enters into a contract with Larry to buy a sports car. Which of the following statements is true?

A. Because Dave is legally insane, the contract is void.

B. Only Dave can void the contract.

C. To void the contract, Dave must prove he is insane.

D. Only Larry can void the contract.



18. Finn agrees to pay $100 to anyone who will paint his house. Will hears about the offer and paints. Finn refuses to pay, saying Will never formally accepted Finn's offer. Which of the following is true?

A. This is a unilateral contract and painting constituted acceptance.

B. Will has to formally accept, but can do so within a reasonable time after painting.

C. This is a bilateral contract, and Will didn't accept.

D. Offer and acceptance are irrelevant if one of the parties changes position.

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
19. Jackie tells a group of friends that she plans to sell her home. Meg asks how much Jackie hopes to get for the house, and Jackie replies, "$50,000." Meg says, "I accept your offer. I'll purchase your house for $50,000." No contract exists because

A. the offer isn't properly communicated.

B. Jackie's statements are merely preliminary negotiations.

C. Jackie doesn't seriously intend to enter a contract.

D. the terms of the offer aren't reasonably certain.


20. Angela, age 14, contracts to purchase medicine from the pharmacy. She and the pharmacist both know that she needs this medicine to live and that it's not being provided to her by anyone else. Which of the following is true?

A. The contract is against public policy.

B. The pharmacist can enforce the contract.

C. Angela can avoid the contract on grounds of lack of capacity.

D. The contract can be avoided by Angela on grounds of duress.

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
19 c
20 b
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5. Ken threatens to tell everyone that Bob is a child molester unless Bob agrees to enter into a contract with Ken. Bob agrees and signs the contract. If Bob later challenges the contract, what are the best grounds for doing so?

A. Fraud

B. Emotional distress

C. Misrepresentation

D. Economic duress


6. Tyler offers to dance naked on Main Street if Corey will mow Tyler's yard. Corey mows Tyler's yard. Which of the following statements is not potential grounds for setting aside the contract?

A. Illegality of consideration

B. Lack of serious intent to contract

C. Inadequacy of consideration

D. All of the above are potential grounds for setting aside the contract

Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
5. a
6. A
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
I still didn't get some of the question's answer if you could help me on Q 15, 16,17 and 18. I will be appreciate it :)
Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
I apologize – I thought I sent everything. One moment while I look for those questions
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
15. Tom is selling his motorcycle to Carl. Tom tells Carl that the motorcycle runs perfectly, though he knows that the motorcycle leaks oil. Carl purchases the motorcycle and discovers the problem. Which of the following is true?

A. Tom committed fraud in the inception.

B. Tom committed active fraud.

C. Tom hasn't committed fraud.

D. Tom committed passive fraud.
Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 2 years ago.
15. Tom is selling his motorcycle to Carl. Tom tells Carl that the motorcycle runs perfectly, though he knows that the motorcycle leaks oil. Carl purchases the motorcycle and discovers the problem. Which of the following is true?

B. Tom committed active fraud.


16. Esther lives with a caregiver on whom she is greatly dependent and trusts. The caregiver persuades Esther to sign a contract with the caregiver that greatly favors the caregiver. If the contract is set aside, it will likely be on what grounds?

A. Undue influence
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