Chapter14_Answers - Chapter 14 Assessment Answers Matching...

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Chapter 14 Assessment Answers Matching Key Terms 1. e 4. j 7. a 10. d 2. h 5. i 8. g 3. c 6. b 9. f True/False Quiz 11. T 14. F 17. T 20. F 23. F 12. T 15. F 18. T 21. T 24. T 13. T 16. T 19. T 22. T 25. T Discussion Questions 26. When all parties to a contract agree, the contract can be terminated. 27. When all parties to a contract perform as agreed, the contract is terminated by performance. 28. When it is impossible to perform the terms of a contract, it is considered void and the parties are discharged. Examples will vary. 29. When one or more of the parties to a contract violate or fail to fulfill the obligations, the contract is breached. 30. A number of consumer protection laws contain provisions that cancel contracts made through dishonest sales techniques. 31. When money damages would not satisfy a party to a breached contract, a court can issue either an order of specific performance, which in effect says, “You will perform a specific act,” or an injunction or restraining order, which in effect says,
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