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Unformatted text preview: e ABC Furniture Store. It was agreed that the store
would deliver the chair to Beatrice’s apartment. Beatrice lived in apartment number 4B.
However, the chair was delivered to Beatrice’s neighbor, Pamela, who lived in apartment number
4D. Pamela knew the rocking chair was meant for Beatrice, because Beatrice’s name was on the
invoice, but Pamela decided to keep the chair and not pay for it. If the ABC Furniture Store sued
Pamela, it would:
win a lawsuit on the ground that Pamela breached the contract between the store and Beatrice
and would recover the contract price as damages.
win a lawsuit for quasi-contract and recover the reasonable value of the rocking chair.
would lose a lawsuit for either breach of contract or quasi-contract, because there can be no
recovery when a benefit is conferred on a person by mistake.
would lose a lawsuit for either breach of contract or quasi-contract, if Pamela can show that it
was the store’s fault for negligently delivering the chair.
159. Before granting an injunction enjoining a former employee from competing in a described
territory, the courts insist that the employer demonstrate that the restriction is ___________ to
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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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