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82 a b c d 83 able sofa inc sent noll a letter

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Unformatted text preview: c. sent Noll a letter offering to sell Noll a custom-made sofa for $5,000. Noll immediately mailed a letter to Able purporting to accept the offer. However, the post office erroneously delivered the letter to Abel Soda, Inc. Three days later, Able mailed a letter of revocation to Noll that was received by Noll. Able refused to sell Noll the sofa. Noll sued Able for breach of contract. Able would have been liable under the deposited acceptance rule only if Noll had accepted by mail. will avoid liability because it revoked its offer prior to receiving Noll’s acceptance. has a binding contract with Noll. will avoid liability because of the telegraph company’s error. a. b. c. d. Able Sofa, Inc. sent Noll a letter offering to sell Noll a sofa for $5,000. Noll immediately sent a letter to Able accepting the offer. However, the postal service erroneously delivered the letter to Abel Soda, Inc. Three days later, Able mailed a letter of revocation to Noll that was received by Noll. Able refused to sell Noll the so...
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This test prep was uploaded on 03/29/2014 for the course BUL 3130 taught by Professor Schupp during the Fall '12 term at UNF.

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