Question 17Sue and Kevin Kellman signed a contract for the construction of a cabin near Pinetop. In building the $562,000 cabin, the builder discovered that it had to put the vent for the heating system in the area where the hall closet is located. The result was that the Kellman’s had a half-closet there instead of a full-length closet that was open to the floor. The Kellmans:a.can be compensated under the doctrine of substantial performance.b.can be compensated under the doctrine of force majeurec.can be compensated under the doctrine of commercial impracticability.d.need not pay for the cabin because of this material breach.
0.50000 points Question 18Anheuser-Busch, InBev NV, the maker of Bud Light, proposed a merger with Modelo, the maker of Corona. At the time of the proposed merger, AB InBev NV held 39% of the beer market, Miller/Coors held 26%, Modelo held 7%, and Heineken, the last of the big four held 6%. Other beer makers combined hold the remaining 22% of the U.S. beer market. The combination would give AB InBev NV 46% of the market. Modelo has been one of the market players that has resisted the parallel price increases in the industry. Which of the following is correct?