5 Written questions
4 Matching questions
- T/F? Under the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, a typed name at the end of an email message is not considered an e-signature.
- May tries to start her new car with no success. She yells that she will sell the car to anyone for $10. Nick, a passerby who owns Nick's Pre-owned Autos, hands May $10. This is
- Fresh Fast Service, Inc., offers to deliver produce to Growers' Market's customers for a certain price. Fresh's intent to extend a serious offer to Growers' Market is determined by reference to
- Dave's uncle tells Dave that if "he feels that Dave deserves it," he will give Dave $1,000 when Dave graduates from college. Dave's uncle's promise is
- a F
- b not a valid acceptance because may does not seriously intend to sell
- c what a reasonable person in Growers' position would conclude Fresh's words and actions meant
- d illusory
5 Multiple choice questions
- only invites Kristy to negotiate
- legally sufficient
- an executory contract.
- not question the adequacy of the consideration
- an express contract
5 True/False questions
T/F? A contract is valid only if both of the parties entering into it have the capacity to do so. → F
T/F? Consideration is the value given in return for a promise. → F
T/F? An offer does not need to be communicated to the offeree to become effective. → T
T/F? Adequacy of consideration refers to how much consideration is given. → T
Green Grocers, Inc., enters into a contract with Hiway Transport Company for the delivery of a shipment of fresh produce. In a later dispute between these parties over the delivery, the doctrine of quasi contract cannot be used because → there is an actual contract covering the subject in dispute.