98. Jade kept her dog at a pet day care Monday through Friday. She had taken her dog there for 8 years. At the beginning of each year, the owner of the day care would give Jade a folder containing the newannual contract terms and it would usually show a new price on the front page inside the folder. Thisyear, the pet owner changed the liability rules so that if a dog got out, even if by negligence of anemployee, the owner of the dog was liable for any damage or injuries caused by the dog. Theinformation was contained on page 6 of the contract in regular font. If Jade’s dog got out and bit a littlekid, which of the following is TRUE regarding the new liability clause? A. Jade would not likely be held liable for the injury B. If the owner had sent an email to Jade alerting her to the new rule changes on page 6, Jade would likely be held liable for the injury C. Jade would likely be liable for the injury since she signed the contract D. A & B only E. None of the above 99. Which of the following is TRUE? 100.Ebenezer and Cuthbert are talking about an old desk. Ebenezer says to Cuthbert, “So you mean, if Ican get it out of here on my own, I can have it for free?” Cuthbert replies, “That’s right. It’s yours forfree if you can get it out of here for me.” Why is this not a valid contract? 101.Lilly was executive director of the Cancer Foundation of Austin. Lilly and Rose had been dating fora few months when Lilly told Rose that she was disappointed Rose had not donated any money to theCancer Foundation. Lilly was so upset in fact, she threatened to post pictures of Rose from when shewas a goofy teenager on Facebook if she did not donate by the end of the week – Lilly knew this wouldembarrass Rose. Upset, the next day Rose said that she would donate $400 to the Cancer Foundation(she also said she wanted to break-up). Is Rose bound by the oral donation promise?
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