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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Realty
  2. Rebuttal Against the Statute of Frauds
  3. Implied Contract
  4. Partial Performance
  5. Ways to destroy an offer
  1. a RRDLDS and Insanity
  2. b The sale or purchase of realty or real estate must be in writing
  3. c Prior history of repetitious contracts flowing between parties
  4. d REALTY
    1. Improvements on the land
    2. Partly perform through money or the transfer of funds
  5. e The plaintiff can rebut MRDOG if MRDOG SPMFR

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Unintended beneficiaries, who do not have vesting rights
  2. The party to whom the offer has been made
  3. The auctioneer must accept any offer they receive
  4. The one who creates or makes the promise
  5. If the non-mistaken party knew or should have known as a reasonable, prudent person of the mistake, then ___ is a valid defense

5 True/False questions

  1. Sale on approvalThe buyer must approve the goods prior to the sale being had and valid - silence or failure to act is validation of the sale

          

  2. RejectionOnly delegable duties are valid, which cannot be personal in nature or too unique in nature

          

  3. Vesting RightsWhatever the original party can bring forth against the other party, the 3rd party beneficiaries can also bring forth

          

  4. Varying of the termsWhen the offeror or offeree dies, the offer dies, unless otherwise stated in the contract

          

  5. DelegationsOnly delegable duties are valid, which cannot be personal in nature or too unique in nature