A party who substantially performs his or her duties under a contract can enforce the contract against the other party.
A contract involving a lease is the only contract relating to an interest in land that must be in writing to be enforceable.
A party’s oral agreement to pay another’s debt is never enforceable.
Belle enters into a contract to subdivide and sell housing lots in Cole’s hillside field if Dell City annexes the property within the next year. Belle’s duty to perform is
Ralph and Sven enter into a contract under which Sven agrees to guide Ralph’s expedition through Tibet for which Ralph agrees to pay Sven. This contract may not be assigned if
the assignment will significantly change the risk of nonperformance.
the assignment is expressly prohibited by the terms of the contract.
the contract is uniquely personal in nature.
any of the choices.
SCI is in breach of contract.
TCC is in breach of contract.
the contract is discharged.
the contract is suspended.
the essential terms.
the preliminary terms.
the qualitative terms.
A right to receive damages on a breach of a contract for a sale of goods may be assigned.
Any breach allows the nonbreaching party to sue for damages.
Century Properties. Inc., and Dandy Capital Corporation enter into a contract for a sale of land.To be enforceable, the contract must be in writing if the land is valued at
$50, $500, or $50,000
Glen and Haj sign a written contract. Glen claims that the parties later orally agreed to modify the contract. Any oral modification is likely not enforceable if it falls under
the doctrine of promissory estoppel.
the “main purpose” exception.
the “partial performance” exception.
the Statute of Frauds.
Oral assignments are prohibited.
Ruth contracts to provide Shelly with fifty hours of telepathic personal coaching. The state legislature subsequently passes a law making telepathic personal coaching illegal. This law will
discharge the contract.
fulfill the contract.
not affect the contract.
require immediate performance of the contract.
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