Applied Business Law Unit 4 Homework
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Applied Business Law Unit 4 Homework

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Applied Business Law Running head: APPLIED BUSINESS LAW UNIT 4 HOMEWORK 1 Applied Business Law Unit 4 Homework Sheryl MacKay Everest College Online Applied Business Law BUL 2131-18 Christopher Zapalski August 28, 2009 Applied Business Law Unit 4 Homework Pg. 344-345 True or False 1. True 2. True 3. True 4. False 5. False 6. True 7. True 8. True 9. True Multiple Choice 1. B. Agents 2. B. Can deny it to the...

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Business Applied Law Running head: APPLIED BUSINESS LAW UNIT 4 HOMEWORK 1 Applied Business Law Unit 4 Homework Sheryl MacKay Everest College Online Applied Business Law BUL 2131-18 Christopher Zapalski August 28, 2009 Applied Business Law Unit 4 Homework Pg. 344-345 True or False 1. True 2. True 3. True 4. False 5. False 6. True 7. True 8. True 9. True Multiple 1. Choice B. Agents 2. B. Can deny it to the extent of any injury suffered by Bill. 3. B. The degree of skill a reasonable person would use under similar circumstances. 4. A. Solely in EZs interest. 5. C. Both a and b. 6. A. Dian need not be notified in writing. 7. D. Be liable, because Smith signed the contract as an agent. 8. D. Continues indefinitely.

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