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d.All the above. D Definition:
Term: Thomas, the manager of an apartment complex, rented an apartment to Donna. A few weeks later, Donna complained that the hot water did not work. Thomas hired Hometown Plumbers to fix the hot water, but the job was not successful. A few days later Donna moved out since she had no hot water. She sued the landlord and Thomas for breach of contract. Definition:
Term: In the Dickinson v. Charter Oaks case, the court found: Definition:
Term: Circus Pizza contracted with Art to run its birthday parties. Art's responsibilities included supervis-ing the children and organizing the games. Circus did not investigate Art's background, which in-cluded a history of assaulting children. Art assaulted a 7-year-old girl in the restaurant's kitchen during a birthday party. Circus Pizza: Definition:
Term: Kirk is bound by the acts of his agent, Tyra, if: a.Tyra has express, implied, or apparent au-thority for the acts. b.for reasons of fairness, Kirk is estopped from denying that Tyra had authority for the acts. c.Kirk fails to repudiate an unauthorized transaction after knowing all the material facts of the transaction. d.All of the above. D Definition:
Term: Paula appointed Al to be her agent via a contract in writing that spelled out the scope of Al's author-ity. The contract provided that Al was not to disclose that he was acting on behalf of Paula. In en-tering into a contract for Paula, Al did not disclose to the third party that he was acting as an agent. In this case, the principal was: Definition:
Term: When a principal is partially disclosed:

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