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Unformatted text preview: Running head: WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT 1 Week 2 Assignment: Critical Legal Thinking Case 2.4, page 64 and Critical Legal Thinking Case 3.4, page 86 Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University Running head: WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT 2 Critical Legal Thinking Case 2.4 Acceptance : Who wins? J.C. Durick has the right to accept or reject any customers insurance policy on the basis of risk and coverage amount. Their requirement of insuring the property for 80% of its value is in line with proper insurance and business practices. Andrus and Durick already have a contract in place, but Andrus wants to modify the contract. Durick sent out the new terms and stated in them that they would go into effect immediately until such time as Andrus notified them of the contrary. Andrus never replied, so the contract is now in effect. One small wrinkle in this agreement is that Ive sold insurance before. I know insurance law states that insurance policies are not accepted until the offeree has both signed the contract and has paid a...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course LEGAL 297 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '10 term at Mountain State.
- Spring '10