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BS Law Exam 1 Q 5 - some way of proving that Bob offered to...

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James Tilley BAA 3210 BS Law Exam I, Q 5 John will have a hard time proving that Bob offered to sell his Mazda Miata to him. I definitely disagree that John could force Bob to sell the car. If there was written contract or any way to prove that there was an agreement than it based upon their statements. An unkempt promise isn’t enough by itself to support finding of intent to deceive or misrepresentation. I believe this dilemma falls under the Intent to Deceive. If John had
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Unformatted text preview: some way of proving that Bob offered to sell the Mazda then I believe that without question John could take Bob to court and force him to sell the Mazda. If Bob had no intent to sell the Mazda then he intended to deceive John which is called a scienter mind. John would be considered the innocent party because he had no knowledge of Bob’s true intentions of not selling the car....
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