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232. Harold ordered an aluminum storm door from Sears for $249.99. Before it was delivered, Sears
ran an ad in the paper for the same storm door at $179.99. Harold calls Sears and demands the
advertised price. They say okay.
Harold must pay $179.99.
Harold must pay $249.99.
There is no contract. d. There is a contract for the reasonable value of the door. 233. Harold purchased 400 pairs of gloves from Isaac at a contract price of $800. Fifty of the gloves
were defective and a dispute arose as to the amount due and owing under the contract. Harold
refuses to pay the $800 and Isaac is threatening to sue. Which of the following is correct with
regard to this transaction?
If Isaac agrees to accept $600 to settle the dispute and Harold agrees to pay that amount, the
agreement is enforceable.
If Isaac agrees to accept $600 to settle the dispute and Harold pays that amount, Isaac can still
sue for the balance of $200 and will win the lawsuit.
Harold is under a pre-existing legal obligation to pay the $800.
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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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