assignment 3 - Business Law 201 Professor Isler Spring 2007...

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Business Law 201 Professor Isler Spring 2007 Assignment 3 Student ID: G00735866 Question 1 Bekins’s Reason: if a contract is enforceable, it must qualify four elements---agreement, consideration, contractual capacity and legality. Bekin thinks that Moffitt violated law due to failing to renew his license, which breached the fourth element—legality, so the contract is unenforceable, and he refused to pay the bill. Moffitt’s Defense: 1. In the state X, a person who wants to get a license for preparing and serving liquor in the form of drinks in commercial establishments only requires for obtaining a yearly license is that the person be at least eighteen years old. We can tell that obtaining such a license is not difficult. Based on the modern view, if the underlying purpose of the statute is to raise government revenues, a contract entered into with an unlicensed practitioner generally is enforceable. So, their contract that Bekin must pay for Moffitt’s service is enforceable, which means
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course POLITICAL 210 taught by Professor Amitage during the Spring '08 term at San Mateo Colleges.

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