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Chap 8 Review - 1 A proposal that is both offered by the...

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1. A proposal that is both offered by the offeror and accepted by the offeree is a contract which is: A. void. B. invalid. C. valid. D. voidable. 2. All of the following are required for a valid offer, EXCEPT: 3. The omission of one or more essential terms does not necessarily make the offer: 4. According to the ___________, uncertainty with respect to specific terms does not necessarily invalidate a contract. 5. All of the following are considered to be forms of oral communications in acceptance of an offer, EXCEPT: A. silence. B. television. C. e-mail. D. in person.
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