Chapter 18 Quiz - True Some rights are non-assignable iF...

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Ch. 18 – Third Persons and Contracts When a contract is intended to benefit a third person, such a person is referred to as a delegator. False A third party who is benefited in a contract is a third party beneficiary. When duties under a contract are delegated, the delegator remains responsible for the performance of the contract just as though no delegation had been made. True The delegator remains responsible to perform under the original contract. A subcontractor is a party to whom a general contractor delegates duties. True Yes, but the general contractor remains liable for the performance of the subcontractor. An assignment is valid although no notice thereof is given to the other contracting party. False No notice is necessary to the other party, unless the contract requires notice or an assignment is prohibited. If the transfer of a right would materially affect or alter a duty or the rights of the obligor, an assignment is not permitted.
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Unformatted text preview: True Some rights are non-assignable iF they materially a²ect or alter a duty or the rights oF the obligor. A third-party benefciary: May bring suit on and enForce the contract. A third-party benefciary may enForce the contract iF either party has breached their contractual duties. The party making an assignment is called the: Assignor The assignor makes the assignment and transFers the rights to the assignee. An assignment: Is a transFer oF rights. An assignment is a transFer oF rights. The general contractor (delegator) remains liable iF: The subcontractor (delegatee) does the work improperly. The general contractor remains liable to perForm the work properly. A person to whom the promisee's primary intent in contracting is to give beneft is the: Donee benefciary. The donee benefciary is the person to whom the promisee's primary intent in contracting is to give beneft....
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