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10. Josey is 17 years old and lives on her own in the city. Josey’s parents are deceased, and she
once lived with her grandmother, although her grandmother doesn’t have legal custody of
Josey. She signs a lease to rent an apartment with Syd Landlord. Josey violates the terms
of the lease, and moves out six months early. Syd sues Josey for breach of contract. The
most likely result will be that
A. Josey may disaffirm the contract, but will have to pay for the reasonable value of the rent.
B. Josey may disaffirm and avoid the contract.
C. Syd may disaffirm and avoid the contract.
D. Josey’s grandmother may be forced to uphold the contract.
11. Joe made Mandie an offer of employment. Joe gave Mandie a copy of the employment
contract, and stated, “If you accept, I must receive your acceptance by December 1 at 5:00
P.M.” The written contract stated the same requirement. Mandie lived 30 miles from Joe’s
office. Mandie signed the employment contract, and placed it in a correctly addressed,
stamped envelope, and deposited it in the mail on December 1 at 12:00 P.M. Joe receives
the acceptance on December 3. The result is that a contract
A. was formed because of the mailbox rule.
B. wasn’t formed because mailing the acceptance wasn’t authorized.
C. wasn’t formed because Joe specifically conditioned his offer on acceptance by a
D. was formed because Mandie unequivocally accepted the terms of the contract.
12. Tom contracts with Jerry to purchase an oil painting. Tom and Jerry mistakenly think that
the oil painting was painted by Monet, the famous artist, and that it’s worth hundreds of
thousands of dollars. When Tom discovers the mistake, he seeks to rescind the contract.
The most likely result will be that the contract will
A. not be rescinded because the mistake was one of value.
B. be rescinded because the mistake was one of fact.
C. be rescinded due to fraudulent misrepresentation.
D. be rescinded due to undue influence.
13. Eric owes George money. Eric contracts with Mark to paint Mark’s house. In the contract,
Mark agrees that in return for Eric painting his house, Mark will pay George the money
Eric owes George. George is a/an
A. donee beneficiary. C. delegatee.
B. incidental beneficiary. D. creditor beneficiary.
14. Mark tells Cindy, “If you clean out my garage, I’ll pay you $25.” Mark has offered to form
what kind of contract?
A. Bilateral contract C. Quasi-contract
B. Unilateral contract D. Implied-in-fact contract
15. Sam and Erica like to attend wild parties. Both have worked up quite a tolerance because
of their frequent drinking. One night, after both Sam and Erica had each enjoyed a couple
of beers, they decided to enter a contract in which Sam agreed to purchase Erica’s 1965
Mustang for $2,500.The next day, Erica has second thoughts. The most likely result will
A. Erica will avoid the contract due to intoxication.
B. Sam will avoid the contract due to intoxication.
C. Erica won’t avoid the contract because she wasn’t intoxicated.
D. Erica should be able to avoid the contract because it’s unconscionable.
16. Grandpa Graham declares at his eightieth birthday party that because she’s his favorite
grandchild, he’ll leave $100,000 to his beloved granddaughter Elsie upon his death. Sadly,
Grandpa Graham dies just three days later. No provision of his will left Elsie the $100,000.
Elsie files a breach of contract claim against Grandpa Graham’s estate. The most likely
result will be that Elsie will lose because no contract existed due to
A. lack of agreement and consideration. C. lack of form.
B. lack of contractual capacity. D. illegality.
17.Carrie decides to offer Susan the opportunity to purchase her motorcycle for just $500.
Carrie told Jim, a mutual friend of hers and Susan’s, that she intended to make the offer.
Later, Carrie changes her mind. Susan approaches Carrie and says she accepts the offer.
What will the likely result be?
A. No contract was formed because Carrie didn’t possess a serious, objective intention.
B. No contract was formed because Carrie never communicated the offer to Susan.
C. No contract was formed because the terms of the offer weren’t certain or definite
enough to form a contract.
D. A contract was formed because Susan accepted Carrie’s offer.
18. Will contracts with Grace to sell her 100 lamps for $1,000. Will breaches his contractual
duty to delivery the lamps, and Grace buys 100 lamps for $2,000 from another dealer.
Grace sues Will for breach of contract. She will most likely receive what type of damages?
A. Compensatory damages in the amount of $1,000
B. Compensatory damages in the amount of $2,000
C. Consequential damages of $3,000
D. Nominal damages of $100
19. Uncle Eb tells his wayward nephew Jonah that if he refrains from drinking and smoking
until he reaches the age of 18, he’ll pay him $500,000. Jonah refrains from drinking and
smoking until after his eighteenth birthday. What would a judge most likely say?
A. No contract is formed because there’s no bargained-for exchange.
B. No contract is formed because there’s no legal value offered.
C. No contract is formed due to inadequacy of consideration.
D. A contract exists between Uncle Eb and Jonah.
20. Joey mailed Clark an offer in which he offered to sell Clark all of his baseball cards for $300.
No other stipulations appeared in the offer. The next day, Clark mailed Joey his acceptance
of the offer, along with a check for $300. That same day, Joey mailed Clark a letter revoking
his offer. The most likely result will be that
A. no contract was formed because Joey revoked the offer.
B. a contract was formed because of the mailbox rule.
C. no contract was formed because Clark used an improper means of acceptance.
D. a contract was formed because once Joey mailed the offer, he couldn’t revoke it.