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B no because the managers promise is not binding on

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Unformatted text preview: f the following is most correct concerning his ability to claim the reward? a. All he must do is return the cat. b. He need not return the cat until he receives the reward. c. He may not collect the reward unless he knew of the reward. 379. Sam owes $5,000 to the First National Bank for a student loan which will come due on January 1 next year. He has been offered a two-year graduate fellowship, but he will not be able to pay the loan back if he accepts the fellowship. The bank manager tells Sam that if he pays $3,000 now, they will forgive the loan. Should Sam accept the offer? a. No, because the bank can still sue for the remaining $2,000. b. No, because the manager’s promise is not binding on the bank. c. Yes, because the early payment of the loan is consideration that makes the bank’s promise binding. d. Yes, because the bank must do whatever the manager says. 380. Sam Patten owns a very successful shoe shop known as the Progressive Shoe Store. Arlen Coyle desires a franchise in order to open a similar st...
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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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