17 the stages of a contract according to the order of

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17. The stages of a contract according to the order of their occurrence are: a) conception, consummation and birth b) termination, negotiation and birth c) generacion, perfection and consummation d) perfection, negotiation and termination
18. Which of the following is not a requisite for the validity of a contract?
19. “A” bachelor lawyer, raped W twice. Upon learning this, “F” the father of W, was able to force A to marry W under pain of being sued in court and disbarred from the practice of his law profession. Which statement is correct?
20. S offers to sell his car to B for P125,000.00 cash. B accepts the offer but is willing to pay only P120,000.00.
21. To defraud his creditors, A contracted B by selling a land to B. B now seeks to register the land with the Register of Deeds. X a creditor of A seeks to prevent the registration on the ground that the contract is rescindable. Despite X’s objection may the land be registered based on the contract in B’s name. a) The land can be registered because the contract is valid and can be attacked collaterally in a land registration proceeding. b) The land cannot be registered because the contract is in fraud of creditor. c) The land can be registered based on the contract because the contract is not yet rescinded. d) The land cannot be registered based on the contract which is rescindable.
22. Under this theory the contract is perfected at the moment when the acceptance is declared or made by the offeree:
c) Theory of concession d) Theory of cognition 23. Sisa defrauded Booba in making the latter believe that the ring he is selling is gold and diamond when in fact, it is copper and glass. On the other hand, Booba defrauded Sisa in paying him P200,000 in fake Philippine currency. Which of these statements is correct?
24. Example 1: S sold to B in a private instrument his land. Later, B wanted to have the sale registered, but registration requires a public instrument. In here, B may compel S to execute needed public instrument. Example 2: S sold to B orally his specific land. After B paid S the price of the sale, he want to register the land in his name but he needed a public instrument of sale. In here B may compel S to execute the needed public instrument.
25. These persons are bound by contracts. (Phil CPA, 85-2; 88-2) a) All of them b) Heirs c) Assigns d) Contracting parties

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