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Submitted by Tran, Khoa (KHOTRAN1) on 1/29/2012 6:57:46 PM Points Awarded 46.67 Points Missed 53.33 Percentage 46.7% 1.  15 matching terms and definitions. A. contractual capacity B. anticipatory repudiation C. necessaries D. parol evidence rule E. tender F. disaffirmance G. mutual rescission H. exculpatory clause I. impossibility of performance J. integrated contract K. condition subsequent L. commercial impracticability M. condition precedent N. Statute of Frauds O. novation when a supervening event does not render performance objectively impossible, but does make it much more  difficult or expensive to perform than the parties originally contemplated. an unconditional offer to perform by a person who is ready, willing, and able to do so. supervening events that make performance impossible in an objective sense after a contract has been made. the refusal to carry out his or her contractual obligation before either party to a contract has a duty to perform. a condition that must be fulfilled before a party's performance.
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