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BLCh9 - Ch9 28 Which of the following is an equitable...

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Ch9 28) Which of the following is an equitable doctrine designed to prevent unjust enrichment and unjust detriment where no contract exists? A) an express contract B) the doctrine of formal contracts C) implied-in-law contract D) quantum meruit 29) Which of the following is NOT characteristic of a valid contract? 30) Every contract has both: 31) To create an enforceable contract, which of the following is(are) needed? 32) Which of the following is NOT needed in order to have a valid contract? A) contractual capacity B) an agreement C) a signed written document D) consideration E) a legal object 33) Which of the following are valid informal contracts? 34) How has the government role in contract regulation changed since the founding of the United States? A) There is greater state and federal government involvement today than in the past. A) B) There is less state and federal government involvement today than in the past. B) There is approximately the same degree of state and federal government involvement today as in the past. C) There is less state, but more federal involvement today than in the past. D) There is less federal, but more state involvement today than in the past. 170
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35) Common law as a source of law for contracts: 36) The Uniform Commercial Code was first drafted in: 37) The Uniform Commercial Code has been adopted by: A) fewer than half of the states B) most, but not all, states C) at least in part by all states D) in its entirety by all states 38) The original source of the Uniform Commercial Code was:
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