Question 25 0 out of 4 points seller and buyer agree

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Question 25 0 out of 4 points Seller and Buyer agree that Seller will sell as much widget glue as Buyer requires to make widgets during the next 12 months at a price of $2 per gallon. For the first three months of the contract, Buyer requires 100 gallons of glue every month. In the fourth month, Buyer orders 1,200 gallons. Seller only provides 100 gallons to Buyer, and Buyer sues for breach of contract. What evidence is least important to Buyer’s claim?
Question 26 4 out of 4 points DeltaLLC and GammaCo have been doing business together for several years. DeltaLLC provides accounting services for GammaCo’s construction business. Last winter, when DeltaLLC had some storm damage at its offices, GammaCo sent some workers over to repair the damage at no cost to DeltaLLC. The following summer, GammaCo found itself
FINAL being audited by the IRS. DeltaLLC agreed to advise GammaCo during the audit at no cost, as a way of thanking GammaCo for its help the previous winter. Is the agreement between DeltaLLC and GammaCo a bargained-for exchange?
Question 27 0 out of 4 points Manager interviews Candidate. At the end of the interview, Manager offers to hire Candidate on a one-year contract with a salary of $38,000, plus health insurance. Candidate asks if he can “sleep on it” and let Manager know his answer the next day. Manager agrees. That night, Manager texts Candidate the message: “Found someone else for the position, but thanks for interviewing and best of luck.” Choose the best answer:
Question 28 4 out of 4 points A contracts to sell 100 flashlights to B. The contract price is $600. B wrongfully refuses the flashlights when A delivers them and B refuses to pay for them. A resells the flashlights for $500. Choose the best answer:
Question 29 4 out of 4 points Manager interviews Candidate. At the end of the interview, Manager tells the Candidate that he will be in touch. Manager mails a letter agreement that offers to hire Candidate on a one-year contract with a salary of $38,000, plus health insurance. The letter indicates that the agreement must be accepted by January 5. On January 3, Candidate countersigns the letter agreement and mails it back to Manager. On January 4, Manager calls Candidate and tells him that he revokes the offer. On January 6, Manager receives the countersigned letter from Candidate. Choose the best answer.

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