cannot sue Sea Rovers because Sea Rovers gave adequate notice.must wait until actual damages are determined before it can sue.
Question 352 / 2 pointsTess, a tenant, moves from her apartment in breach of the lease agreement. The landlord, Lenny, has no duty to mitigate his damages by attempting to rent the apartment.
Question 362 / 2 pointsSolomon breaches his contract with Neal to purchase the 500 pairs of socks he had promised to buy. Neal is able to sell the 500 pairs to Renny for a much lower amount. Neal then sues Solomon for damages. Neal will be able to recover:
Question 372 / 2 pointsIf a court orders rescission and restitution of a contract under which Nala sold a baseball card to Shirley inexchange for $450:
Question 382 / 2 pointsUnder the UCC, a merchant is frequently held to a higher standard of conduct than a non-merchant.True