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the pre-existing duty rule means Sheila does not have to pay the $50,000. b. d. the pre-existing duty rule means Sheila pays only $1,500, the difference in value between the
single and double driveways.
Sheila has to pay the $50,000 since the pre-existing duty rule would not cover situations in
which she is receiving something she was not entitled to under the original agreement.
Sheila has to pay the $50,000 since Margie relied on the promise to her detriment. 392.
d. Silence in response to an offer:
is never an acceptance.
is always an acceptance if the offer says so.
usually is not an acceptance.
usually is an acceptance. c. 393. Smith stated to Burns that he, Smith, would sell a certain typewriter to Burns for $300. In fact,
Smith never intended to sell the typewriter, and this can be proven. Burns agreed to buy it for
the $300 price. With regard to these facts
there is no contract if the court finds that Smith did not act...
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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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