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b. A minor is not liable for his torts.
d. A minor, M, has obtained necessaries on credit. It is correct to say that
he can be made to pay the contract price for them.
his parents must pay the contract price.
he is only liable for the reasonable value of the necessaries.
neither he nor his parents have to pay anything. 51.
b. A minor may disaffirm a conveyance of land prior to reaching majority or within a reasonable
time after doing so.
b. A minor may NOT disaffirm a contract for
purchase of food.
sale of land. c.
e. purchase of land.
a and b.
a and c. 53.
d. A minor’s contract is ordinarily
unenforceable by either party.
valid if in writing. 54.
b. A moral obligation is generally not deemed to be consideration.
d. A newspaper advertisement made to the general public:
usually is an offer.
can be revoked by using a similar newspaper advertisement.
can only be rejected by using a similar newspaper advertisement.
is a firm offer that cann...
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