On may 1 ralph offers to cure and smoke sams pork on

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On May 1 Ralph offers to cure and smoke Sam’s pork. On May 3 Ralph mails Sam a letter revoking the offer. Sam receives the letter on May 5 and responds on May 6. Ralph’s revocation of the offer a. WRONG did not become effective because Sam responded to the offer. b. became effective on May 3. c. became effective on May 1. d. became effective on May 5.
Rhonda asks Steve, “Do you want to buy me to repair your fishing net?” This is
not a valid offer because the terms are not definite. Simone offers Thom a dozen piano lessons for a certain price per lesson but conditions the deal on Thom accepting the offer by April 1. Simone may revoke the offer
Kim promises to pay Leo $500 to install a sump pump in Kim’s warehouse. Leo completes the installation. The act of installing the pump
Rose questions whether there is consideration for her contract to perform with Saxophone Symphony. To constitute consideration, there must be a. a bargained-for exchange. b. a payment. c. serious thought underlying each party’s intent to contract. d. a performance
Ross promises to pay Sara, his niece, $5,000 if she obtains her degree at Tech University, where she is in her third year. Sara graduates. Ross is
required to pay because a job can be hard to find after college. d. not required to pay because obtaining a degree benefits Sara. Fact Pattern 13-1 Sports Bar & Grill and Tea & Tarts Bakery are adjacent businesses with adjoining parking lots. Sports Bar offers Tea & Tarts a discount on purchases if the bakery will not tow the cars of Sports Bar’s patrons who park in the bakery’s lot. Refer to Fact Pattern 13-1. Sports Bar’s discount is legally sufficient consideration

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