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one day. Later that day, Rosalind makes an offer to buy the horse. Brian accepts without
correcting his earlier misrepresentation of fact.
Brian may avoid the contract.
Rosalind may avoid the contract.
Either or both Brian or Rosalind may avoid the contract.
Neither Brian nor Rosalind may avoid the contract.
173. Cara offered to pay Peter to paint a house located at 103 Canton Street, and he accepted.
However, Peter incorrectly wrote down the address as 108 Canton Street. As a result, he painted a.
d. the wrong house. Fred Fibs, the owner of 108 Canton Street, say Peter painting his house but
said nothing. When the job was completed, Peter tried to collect the contract price. He will be
able to recover from
Cara under the theory of unilateral contract.
Fibs under the theory of quasi-contract.
Neither Cara nor Fibs because of his unilateral mistake.
Neither Cara nor Fibs because of lack of consideration. 174. Carl Contractor and Ron Roadbuilder ar...
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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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