BUSE 140 Notes

BUSE 140 Notes - 3/24 K =Contract Delta = Defendant PI =...

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3/24 K =Contract Delta = Defendant PI = Plaitiff Offeror - Offeree Offer } Acceptance Consideration Counter Offer = Rejection Counter offer at your own risk – be prepared to lose original offer Even the slightest change to the original offer is a counter offer and therefore a rejection. 3/24 Homework - Pg. 276 Question 8,9,10,11,13 3/26 Bilateral Contract = a promise for a promise Unilateral contract = An act for a promise Quasi Contract = There is no offer, there is no acceptance, but the court pretends that there was a contract to prevent Unjust Enrichment 3/31 Advertisements : as seen as mere invitations to negotiate a contract Mailbox Rule : When the Offeror fails to sate or set forth the mode (type) of acceptance then…acceptance is good upon mere mailing even if it is NEVER received To avoid this harsh rule which is designed to punish the offeree make sure if you are the offeror you state the method.
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This note was uploaded on 08/28/2010 for the course BUSE 140 taught by Professor Jefferies during the Spring '08 term at San Diego.

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BUSE 140 Notes - 3/24 K =Contract Delta = Defendant PI =...

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