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Unformatted text preview: ension, unfairly reneges on his promise. Employer’s promise:
is not binding because there is no bargained-for exchange here.
is not binding because $1 is inadequate legal value for $10,000.
is not binding because it is illegal.
is binding under these circumstances.
210. Except for gifts, as a general rule offers may be revoked as long as the revocation occurs before
d. Except for necessaries, contracts with minors are generally
voidable by either party.
voidable only by minor.
d. Exculpatory clauses:
cannot relieve a party from liability for battery.
always are enforceable if they are clearly and conspicuously stated in the agreement.
may relieve an employer from liability for workers’ compensation benefits.
are effective only when the party benefited by them owes a duty to the public. 213.
d. Express contracts and implied in fact contracts.
are both genuine contracts.
are equally enforceable.
are not really contracts.
two of the above, a and b. 214. Farmer Frances has a long standing relationship with Ve...
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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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