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d. 6. a.
a. A and B exchanged standard forms regarding the sale of goods, and the standard forms do not
agree on material terms. Under UCC section 2-207, when will there be a contract anyway?
Assume that B did not make its acceptance conditional on A’s assent to any additional or
When A and B are merchants.
When B’s form is a definite and seasonable expression of acceptance.
When there is conduct by both parties recognizing the existence of a contract.
b and c.
There never could be a contract under 2-207 on these facts.
A and B have a written contract whereby A agrees to sell B a plot of land for $100,000. Later,
without terminating the first contract, the parties modify the deal so that A sells B the same plot
of land for $125,000. The second agreement:
is not a contract because there is no consideration for A’s promise. b.
d. is not a contract because there is no consideration for B’s promise.
is not a contract because A’s promise is il...
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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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