Question 121 out of 1 pointsJerry offers to shovel the snow from Ben's driveway for $35. Ben replies "OK." This is an example of:Selected Answer:an express, bilateral contract.Question 130 out of 1 pointsJohn enters into a contract to paint Chad's house. When Chad decides on a color, John will buy the paint and paint the house for the price of $2,500. This contract is governed by:Selected Answer:both the common law and the Uniform Commercial Code will govern this contract.Question 140 out of 1 pointsLarry goes to his barber who has cut his hair for the past several years. The barber proceeds to cut his hair as they talk about the most recent snow storm to
WorkfileContents.docxhit the area. This is an example of a:Selected Answer:bilateral, implied contract.Question 151 out of 1 pointsLucy and Rick sign a contract in which Lucy agrees to deliver 10 boxes of chocolates in exchange for Rick's promise to pay $5 per box. Lucy delivers the candy. Rick pays for the goods. This contract is fully executory.Selected Answer:FalseQuestion 161 out of 1 pointsMary goes into Honest Harry's Electronics and purchases a TV. Mary agrees to pay for the TV in 30 days on the store's "30 days same as cash" plan. This is an executory contract.Selected Answer:TrueQuestion 171 out of 1 pointsMike made the following offer to Mick: "I will pay you $500 if you agree to paint my house." Mick replied that he would. At this point, the contract is an:Selected Answer:executory, bilateral, express contract.Question 181 out of 1 pointsMiles purchased a lawnmower with an attached warning that said, "The manufacturer is not responsible in the case of an injury caused by the lawnmower." If Miles is injured because of a defect in the mower and sues the lawnmower manufacturer, he will most likely:Selected Answer:win, as this warning would be unenforceable.Question 191 out of 1 pointsMr. Johnson has paid his neighbor’s son Desmond $25 every week for 8 weeks towash and wax his car. There was never any agreement as to how many weeks this would happen. On the 9th week, Mr. Johnson refused to pay Desmond claiming he never agreed to this deal. Desmond is out of luck, because Mr. Johnson is right.Selected Answer:FalseQuestion 201 out of 1 pointsOn January 16, Deb offers to sell her waterbed to Colleen for $600. Colleen
WorkfileContents.docxaccepts and agrees to pay Deb $600 on January 27. Which of the following is correct?
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