Chapter22 Breach of Sales Agreements

Chapter22 Breach of Sales Agreements - MULTIPLE CHOICE...

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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. Food Packaging, Inc., agrees to sell 50,000 6-ounce yogurt containers to Golden Dairy Company. Food can obtain only 20,000 of the 6-ounce containers, but also ships 30,000 more expensive 8-ounce containers for the same price. Under these circumstances, Golden a. cannot reject delivery, and Food cannot later replace the containers. b. cannot reject delivery, but Food can later replace the containers. c. may reject delivery, and notice to Golden of Food’s intent to cure will give Food a reasonable time to replace the containers. d. may reject delivery, but Food cannot later replace the containers. 2. Price-Cut Discount Stores are open to consumers. The UCC requirement of good faith imposes a. a higher duty on consumers than Price-Cut. b. a higher duty on Price-Cut than on consumers. c. no duty on either Price-Cut or consumers. d. the same duty on Price-Cut and consumers. 3. Rocky and Slim enter into a contract for a sale of five rowboats. Circumstance make it difficult for Rocky to perform, and the contract is breached. Slim looks for remedies. Unlike the common law, under the UCC, remedies are a. cumulative. b. exclusive. c. limited. d. unlimited. 4. Clear Day Company, which is based in Delaware, agrees to sell fifty windows, currently stored in Florida, to Great Vu, Inc., which is based in Hawaii. Absent an agreement to the contrary, the place of delivery is in a. California. b. Delaware.
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c. Florida. d. Hawaii. 5. Business Rental Corporation (BRC) and Cartage Trucking Company enter into a contract for a lease of ten hydraulic lifts. Under the perfect tender rule, BRC must ship or tender goods to the lessee that a. approximately conform to all of the details of the contract. b. entirely conform to the contract except in one or two details. c. exactly conform to the contract in every detail.
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