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Unformatted text preview: chance to reject or accept the offer before selling them to Norvel. In my opinion the agreement between Carrie and Antonio could be considered an Implied-in-fact contract. An Implied-in-fact contact is defined as a contract formed in whole or in part from the conduct of the parties. There are three requirements for an Implied-in-fact contract. They are as follows: 1) Plaintiff furnished service or property. 2) The plaintiff expected to be paid, and the defendant that a payment was expected. 3) The Defendant had a chance to reject the services or property and did not. Carrie never gave Antonio the chance to accept or reject the offer. Carrie should have given Antonio the opportunity to accept or reject her offer before deciding to sell the legal encyclopedias to Norvel. Acceptance Page 3 of 3 References: Miller, R. L., & Jentz, G. A. (2008). Fundamentals of business law part i. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning....
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