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Retail business featuring the sale of records tapes

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retail business featuring the sale of records, tapes, and CDs. He therefore beganmaking preparations to engage in that business. Flash spent $800 to have thebuildings red doors painted his favorite color – black – and obligated himself oncontracts for the purchase of $15,000 worth of albums, tapes, and CDs, so that hewould have suitable inventory from which customers could make choices. He alsocontracted to purchase $4,000 – worth of shelves and racks to hold his inventory.When August 1, 2001 arrived, Tuesday refused to deed the property to Flashbecause she had to decided to use it for another purpose. After realizing that hecould get no satisfaction out of trying to reason with Tuesday, Flash sued her in an
attempt to recover the amounts referred to above. The following statements purportto state the “best” legal theory for Flash to use in his suit. Which statement isaccurate?3Introduction to Contracts & Contract Law Practice Problems
4.In which of the following situations is there a contract that isunilateralnature? (remember thatunilateral contractmeans a promise in return forperformance)in

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