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options contracts and it must indicate a clear intent to That there was "intent" to enter unilateral contracts form a contract into a valid contract the uniform commercial code it must be definite enough to exception show the intent of the parties this must be proven promisory estoppel and must be communicated to the other party Promissory Estoppel is Acceptance must be Statute of frauds covers price more than 500 not to be performed in within a year for the sale of land promise to pay anothers debt promise of an administrator of an a promise cannot be withdrawn clear and unqualified estate to pay the debt of the because the offeree reasonably estate out of his own funds relied on the offer being held prenuptual agreements open and will suffer a detriment contracts not to be performed in if it's withdrawn the lifetime of the promisor consideration is based on examples where consideration if a person makes a purely what? may be absent thus making oral agreement to work for a the contract unenforceable company for ten years he is or isn't bound by this and why an agreement to do ones duty because it's longer than a year quid pro quo a moral obligation it must be evinced by a past consideration memorandum so not binding illusory promises Amendment for bearing arms Two things each party rights can be……… gains as a result of a contract duties can be ……….. rights can be assigned 2nd right and a duty duties can be delegated when rights are assigned the two rights that cannot a tort where one person uses assignee is be assigned someone elses property indefinately or destroys it without owners permission examples of it "substituted" for the person right to receive personal services conversion assigning the rights right to purchase goods on credit robbery, driving someone elses car and crashing it etc Difference between a donee An illegal contract is common examples of possible beneficiary and credit not violations of public policy beneficiary is in most cases a creditor void or voidable -it simply agreements which involve beneficiary initially had a contract has no legal existance restraint of trade or contain with one of the parties exculpatory clauses three ways a contract can be contract clauses that prevent discharged by law the standard used in judging one party from getting sued torts of negligence exculpatory clause bankruptcy reasonable man standard statute of limitation impossibility of performance defendants actions must be looked at in the context of the situation he faced to qualify as an Intentional to prove a tort of two aspects to proving Tort there must be negligence you need causation in torts of negligence cases
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