Unformatted text preview: on the August 19 about the corrections in the typo. Lindsay argues that Finnin did not have a present intent to contract that was the reason the process took from March 2002 to August 14 to sign, and during this time Finnin still could not furnish Lindsay a proper contract to sign. Lindsay argues that even if Finnin did have intent, they made modifications on the contract from which is material from a purchase price of $700,000 to $1.1 million. They did not agree to the same terms because Finnin modified the contract. Lindsay agrees that they communicated the new offer on August 19, 2002 via my lawyer. Conclusion No Finnin did not accept the offer, because Lindsay signed the contract on August 14 with a particular agreement and Finnin provided a new offer on August 19 which Lindsay did not accept....
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- Spring '11
- Business Law, Uniform Commercial Code, Lindsay, present intent, Bob Lindsay