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Question 27   4 / 4 points Mark works as a bartender at The Little Nipper , a local bar . Under state law , bartenders are required to be licensed . The licensing requires filling out an application and submitting a $ 50 application fee . The application does not require any special education or experience , just the $ 50 fee . Craig enters Mark 's bar , orders a round of drinks for the house , then notices that Mark 's license is not on display behind the bar . Craig learns that Mark is not licensed and refuses to pay for the round of drinks . The Little Nipper sues . What result ? Question options :
 Since this is an illegal contract , the courts will not enforce it .
 Since Mark violated a regulatory statute , the contract is unenforceable .
 Since this is a revenue - raising statute , The Little Nipper wins .
 Since this is a revenue - raising statute , the licensing law is unconstitutional . Craig wins .
Question 28   4 / 4 points Cheryl enters into a contract with Gabe . In this contract , Cheryl asks Gabe to pay the money he owes her from the contract to her friend Leah because Leah is having financial troubles . Leah is : Question options :
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Question 29   4 / 4 points Which of the following promises ordinarily must be in writing to be enforceable ?
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Question 30   4 / 4 points An assignment is valid : Question options :
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Question 31   4 / 4 points Dick offered to sell Jane his 1955 Thunderbird convertible . Before Jane can accept the offer , lightning strikes the car and it is totally destroyed . Which of the following is true ? Question options :
 Jane can still accept the offer and John must find a 1955 Thunderbird to sell .
 The offer is terminated by law .
 Dick can still revoke his offer so long as he does so before Jane accepts .
Question 32   4 / 4 points Ryan , a minor , contracted to sell his auto to Ed , a 28 - year - old . Ryan later refused to complete the sale . If Ed sues to enforce the contract , Ed will : Question options :
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Question 33   4 / 4 points Larry 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 hit the area . This is an example of a : Question options :
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Question 34   4 / 4 points Jackie hires Charles to lay new carpet in her bedroom . Charles does such a bad job , that the only way to fix the carpet is to start over and relay the carpet . Which of the following best describes this situation ?
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Question 35   4 / 4 points Which of the following duties can probably be delegated ? Question options :
 An agreement to perform an operation .
 A contract to paint a picture .
 An agreement by an attorney to draft a contract .
 An agreement to paint a house .
Question 36   4 / 4 points Sam , the seller , enters into a contract agreement to buy Betty Lou 's house on the condition that he is able to secure financing at or below 9 % per year . This is a : Question options :
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a third party donee beneficiary.a third party incidental beneficiary.the promisee in the contract.
Question 294 / 4 pointsWhich of the following promises ordinarily must be in writing to be enforceable?
Question 304 / 4 pointsAn assignment is valid:
Question 314 / 4 pointsDick offered to sell Jane his 1955 Thunderbird convertible. Before Jane can accept the offer, lightning strikes the car and it is totally destroyed. Which of the following is true?
Question 324 / 4 pointsRyan, a minor, contracted to sell his auto to Ed, a 28-year-old. Ryan later refused to complete the sale. If Ed sues to enforce the contract, Ed will:Question options:win because Ryan was the seller.win because minors can only avoid contracts for the sale of land.lose, as the contract is void.lose, because the contract is voidable by Ryan.
Question 334 / 4 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 hit the area. This is an example of a:
Question 344 / 4 pointsJackie hires Charles to lay new carpet in her bedroom. Charles does such a bad job, that the only way to fix the carpet is to start over and relay the carpet. Which of the following best describes this situation?
Question 354 / 4 pointsWhich of the following duties can probably be delegated?
Question 364 / 4 pointsSam, the seller, enters into a contract agreement to buy Betty Lou's house on the condition that he is able to secure financing at or below 9% per year. This is a:Question options:condition precedent.condition subsequent.

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