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of federal laws, even when the goods are sent by mistake and are used.
None is correct. 39.
d. A gross disparity in the values exchanged as part of a contract:
will invalidate a bargain.
may be a significant factor in a determination that a contract is unconscionable.
may be sufficient grounds for denying specific performance.
two of the above, b and c. 40.
d. A “grumbling acceptance”:
is a valid acceptance if it meets all other tests for a good acceptance.
is a rejection of the offer.
makes the offer unconscionable.
is treated as a counter-offer. 41. A large grocery store advertised a gourmet type of ham for $5.00 a pound. It usually sold for
$9.00. P went to the store and demanded 500 pounds of the particular ham. The store refused to
sell P any, and P sues. P would
win; there was an offer, and he accepted it by going to the store.
win; there was no offer, but he could recover on quasi-contract.
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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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