8 when an anti assignment clause exists in a contract

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8. When an anti-assignment clause exists in a contract, a court will not enforce it because it is against public policy. a. True b. False 9. A contract cannot forbid the assignment of the right to receive funds . Assignments also cannot be restricted for the transfer of real estate , also called a restraint against alienation . A contract cannot prohibit the assignment of checks or promissory notes, also called negotiable instruments . The right to receive damages in a contract for the sale of goods also can be assigned, even if the contract forbids it.
10. The term alienation refers to:
11. Giving notice is not legally required to establish the validity of an assignment, but it is a good idea for which of the following two reasons:
12. Duties cannot be assigned but they can be delegated.
13. Delegation is ineffective when the duties are personal in nature, when performance by a third party will vary significantly from the expected performance, or when the contract prohibits delegation.
18.1 worksheet 14. A delegation relieves the delegator of his or her obligations to perform under the contract. a. True b. False
15. Courts normally construe a contract term that "assigns all rights" as:

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