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Unformatted text preview: There are three elements that must be present in order for an implied contract to stand. The first and most obvious is that the plaintiff furnished a product or service. In this case, Krunch provided a candy bar. The second circumstance that must be met is the plaintiff expects to be paid for the product; and the defendant knows that payment is expected. Finally, the defendant must be given a chance to reject the product and didn’t. All three of these instances are present in this case study; therefore making this an implied contract. UNIT 4 CASE REFERENCES Miller, R., & Jentz, G. (2009). Fundamentals of Business Law Part I. Pg 156....
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- Spring '10
- Law, candy bar, Krunch