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1. A contract is discharged if both parties have perform their
contractual duties. _____
2. Once a party has delegated an obligation, he no longer
remains liable for proper performance. _____
3. In a contract, the value of the consideration given need not be
equal to the value of the consideration received. _____
4. The statute of frauds applies only to executory contracts. _____
5. Joe Employer made a one-time, sexually-tinged comment to Jane Secretary that made her feel uncomfortable, but did not suggest in any way that Jane had to submit to an unwelcome advance in order to keep her job or get promoted. Joe’s comment has created a hostile work environment that is actionable as sexual harassment. _____
6. A unilateral contract involves a promise by one party in return for the performance of a specific act by the other party. _____
7. For fraud to exist, a false statement or concealment of a
material fact must be made. _____
8. Full performance is not the same as substantial performance. _____
9. Assignments must be written. _____
10. The memorandum required by the statute of frauds must be
signed by both parties. _____
11. The offeror has the right to specify how an acceptance of an offer must be made. _____
12. A mentally ill person who has been determined incompetent by a
court remains liable for necessaries in quasi contract. _____
13. When money damages do not compensate adequately
for a loss, one remedy is for the injured party to sue for specific
14. An unconscionable agreement is one that will not be upheld
in court because it is too grossly unfair. _____
15. Acme Construction submitted a bid on a government contract. Acme’s competitor, Beta Construction, also submitted a bid on the same project. Beta advised the applicable governmental department that Acme had over 15 citations from various building departments for substandard work and provided proof of same. If Acme sued, Beta would be liable for defamation. _____
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