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1. Which scenario is an example of puffery?a. The clerk at the candy store tells Billy the "Jug 'o Jellybeans" contains 1,000 jellybeans. When Billy takes the jug home and counts, he finds that the jug contains only 995 jellybeans. b. A salesperson tells Jinxing that the shiny, chrome-covered motorcycle he is looking at is "the hottest ride on the road." c. Simon threatens to smash the windshield out of Clara's vintage Pontiac GTO unless she agrees to sell itto him. d. Martina purchases a ring from Alison. Both genuinely believe the stone in the ring is an emerald, but Martina later finds out the stone is just cut glass.
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4. Vicki entered into a written contract to buy a car from Valley Motors. During the negotiations, the sales representative said that the car had a two-year full warranty. The written contract included a provision that stated, "This writing is the full and final expression of the parties' agreement; anything said before signing or while signing is irrelevant." The written contract did not include a warranty. Two months after Vicki took delivery of the car, she discovered that the transmission needed to be replaced. Vicki claimed that it was covered by the full warranty. Will Vicki be able to present evidence as to the sales representative's statements concerning the warranty?
5. Larson entered Forrester's Auto Mart to purchase a used car. Larson found a vehicle with a sales price of $11,000. After Forrester answered all of Larson's questions, Forrester and Larson agreed to a sale. As Larson was leaving to get the money to pay for the car, Forrester told Larson that he thought Robert Redford formerly owned the car. Larson later learned that Robert Redford had never owned the car. If Larson seeks to rescind the deal based on Forrester’s statement, Larson will a. lose because Forrester made a unilateral mistake. b. win because he relied on the misrepresentation. c. win because there was a misrepresentation of a material fact. d. lose because he will not be able to prove reliance on the misrepresentation.

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