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Unformatted text preview: Charlie that the cost of the concert ticket would be $10. Charlie stopped
mowing the lawn and told Laura that he would not finish unless Laura agreed to pay him $10. If
Laura agrees, and Charlie finishes the job:
Charlie may collect $10, because he suffered legal detriment when he finished mowing the
Charlie may collect $10, because his need for the extra money was an unforeseen circumstance.
Charlie may not collect more than $5, because he had a contractual duty to mow the lawn for
Charlie may not collect $10, unless $10 is a reasonable price for mowing Laura’s lawn. 179. Cheryl Cheerleader, a 16-year-old high school junior, orders a new dress to wear to the high
school prom. She agrees to pay $200 when the dress arrives. Before the dress comes in, she has
a fight with her boyfriend and calls the store to cancel the order.
This is an executory contract.
The dress is a necessary item.
Cheryl will have to pay $200 for the dress.
Two of the above, a and b.
180. Chuck, a farmer, has 20 breeding cows. He writes to Pet...
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