Ardito Case - Facts: Suit by Ardito for breach of contract...

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Facts: Suit by Ardito for breach of contract against Applicants, including Ardito, received an acceptance letter via mail informing them that they were accepted into the police academy. The letter required all applicants to undergo a physical and psychological examination. After tests were conducted on Ardito, a new selection process was established and Ardito along with 14 other Rhode Island citizens were refused acceptance into the police academy Issues: Was the letter sent on October 15 th a legally binding contract? Held: Ardito and the other applicants were accepted into the 61 st Police academy. Reasons: The letter sent to Ardito was a unilateral agreement and the plaintiff had accepted by passing the required medical and psychological examinations. The plaintiffs had received damage to their current work environments because they told their employers of their intention to leave. Facts: Suit by Lucy for breach of contract against Zehmer for the sale of Ferguson Farm.
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course MGMT 246 taught by Professor Apke during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fullerton.

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Ardito Case - Facts: Suit by Ardito for breach of contract...

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