I The sale of hope or expectancy is valid even if the thing hoped for does not

I the sale of hope or expectancy is valid even if the

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26. I. The sale of hope or expectancy is valid even if the thing hoped for does not come intoexistence. II. A warehouse receipt is also a contract between the warehouseman and the depositor of goods. a. True, Falseb. False, Truec. True, Trued. False, False27. This is a kind of constructive delivery where the vendor remains in possession of the property sold,such as by virtue of a lease agreement with the vendee.28. The price in a contract of sale is certain, except:
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29. An unpaid seller has the following rights, except:30. This refers to the right of an adjoining owner of an urban land to be given preference to the purchaseof a small piece of urban land which is held for speculation before it is offered for sale to others.a. Right of subrogationb. Right of redemptionc. Right of pre-emptiond. Right of repurchase31. The following may not be valid objects of a contracts of sale, except: 32. S1: In a sale by auction, any bidder may retract his bid before the sale if perfectedS2: Earnest money is part of the purchase price of a thing; hence deductible from the total sellingprice 33. This refers to an encumbrance imposed upon an immovable for the benefit of another immovablebelonging to a different owner. 34. S1: A bearer document of title becomes an order document of titles if it is specially indorsed. S2: The buyer shall be entitled to the fruits of the thing sold from the time of perfection of thecontract. a. true, trueb. true, falsec. false,trued. false, false
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