But cannot sue for damages if the misrepresentation

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QUIZ 9 - CAPACITY AND CONSENT

Question 6   1 / 1 point Deborah purchased a boat from Sun 'N Surf Marine . She later learned that the salesman had made misrepresentations to induce her to make the purchase . Under UCC Section 2 ­ 721 , Deborah can rescind the contract :
 only if the misrepresentation was fraudulent .
 and sue for damages whether the misrepresentation was fraudulent or innocent .
 but can not sue for damages if the misrepresentation was innocent .
 but must forego all other remedies .
Question 7   1 / 1 point Marty 's home had burned to the ground . When he met with his insurance adjuster , she accused him of burning down the house , and said she would have him criminally prosecuted if he did n't settle the claim for much less than the house was worth . Marty agreed to the settlement . If he changed his mind , he can probably rescind the settlement on the basis of :
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Question 8   1 / 1 point Larson entered Forrester 's Auto Mart to purchase a used car . Larson found a vehicle with a sales price of $ 11,000 . After Forrester answered all of Larson 's questions , Forrester and Larson agreed to a sale . As Larson was leaving to get the money to pay for the car , Forrester told Larson that Robert Redford formerly owned the car . Larson later learned that Robert Redford had never owned the car . If Larson seeks to rescind the deal based on Forrester 's statement , Larson will :
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Question 10   1 / 1 point Ryan , a minor , contracted to sell his auto to Ed , a 28 ­ year­old . Ryan later refused to complete the sale . If Ed sues to enforce the contract , Ed will :
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Question 11   1 / 1 point Ron , a minor , goes to the hospital for treatment of the flu . On the new­patient form Ron signs , he agrees to pay for any care or treatment he receives . When billed for the treatment :
 Ron must pay for the value of the benefit he received , because medical care is a necessary . Ron must pay for the benefit he received because the contract is fully executory . Ron must pay for the benefit he received because he ratified the contract . Ron does not have to pay for the benefit he received .
but cannot sue for damages if the misrepresentation was innocent. but must forego all other remedies.
Question 7 1 / 1 point Marty's home had burned to the ground. When he met with his insurance adjuster, she accused him of burning down the house, and said she would have him criminally prosecuted if he didn't settle the claim for much less than the house was worth. Marty agreed to the settlement. If he changed his mind, he can probably rescind the settlement on the basis of:
Question 8 1 / 1 point Larson entered Forrester's Auto Mart to purchase a used car. Larson found a vehicle with a sales price of $11,000. After Forrester answered all of Larson's questions, Forrester and Larson agreed to a sale. As Larson was leaving to get the money to pay for the car, Forrester told Larson that Robert Redford formerly owned the car. Larson later learned that Robert Redford had never owned the car. If Larson seeks to rescind the deal based on Forrester's statement, Larson will:

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