In Hadley v Baxendale when Hadley sued because Baxendale took unnecessary time

In hadley v baxendale when hadley sued because

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68. In Hadley v. Baxendale, when Hadley sued because Baxendale took unnecessary time to get a crankshaft repaired causing Hadley's mill to close for an extended time, the court found: A. Baxendale owed Hadley compensatory damages because the mill was shut down for an extended time directly as a result of Baxendale's delayed delivery.B. Baxendale owed Hadley consequential damages because the mill was shut down for an extended time as a result of Baxendale's delayed delivery and the shutdown was a foreseeable indirect result of Baxendale's delay.C. Baxendale did not owe Hadley consequential damages because the extended closing time was not foreseeable despite Baxendale's delay in delivery.D. Baxendale did not owe Hadley either compensatory or consequential damages but did owe punitive damagesdue to the unreasonable delay in delivery.
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69. Beth has just signed a contract to work for a bank. A clause in the contract says that before she begins work, she must pass a drug test and that should drug use be discovered, the contract becomes void. This clause would be a: 70. Which of the following situations is a court most likely to find substantial performance? 71. When you were a senior in high school, your college announced plans to build a new and modern athletic complex with pools, spas, weight rooms and exercise classes for general student use. You chose to enroll largelybased on these plans as announced. You are now a senior and the building is just being started. What rights, if any do you have because you never had the opportunity to use the facility? 72. You are taking a course with an adjunct professor who is teaching under a one course contract. With six weeks to go in the course, she is offered a tenure track position at another school. They require her to start within a week. When she approaches the administration, what options are available, if any, regarding the adjunct contract and her desire to leave early?
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