39 refer to fact pattern 13 1 sports bars discount is

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39. Refer to Fact Pattern 13-1. Sports Bar's discount is legally sufficient consideration a. because it is a promise of something of value. b. only if Sports Bar adds a cash rebate. c. only if Tea & Tarts uses it. d. under no circumstances. a. because it is a promise of something of value. Fact Pattern 13-1
Sports Bar & Grill and Tea & Tarts Bakery are adjacent businesses with adjoining parking lots. Sports Bar offers Tea & Tarts a discount on purchases if the bakery will not tow the cars of Sports Bar's patrons who park in the bakery's lot. 40. Refer to Fact Pattern 13-1. Tea & Tarts's forbearance from towing is legally sufficient consideration
41. Jenny promises to pay Kay $500 because "she does not have as much money as other people." Jenny's promise is
b. enforceable because the redistribution of wealth is a valid social goal. c. not enforceable because Jenny could have paid Kyle more. d. not enforceable because Kay has not given consideration in return. d. not enforceable because Kay has not given consideration in return. 42. Rory questions whether there is consideration for his contract with Silver Spurs Club to exchange his performance of country music on certain dates for Silver's payment of a certain amount. To constitute consideration, the value of whatever is exchanged must be 43. Pie in the Sky Aircraft Inc. files a suit against Quest Engineering Inc., claiming that
the consideration for their contract is inadequate. The court will most likely not examine the adequacy of the consideration if a. there is a large disparity in the amount of consideration exchanged. b. the consideration involves the performance of services. c. something of value passed between the parties. d. the consideration is worth less than $100. c. something of value passed between the parties. 44. Frisco offers to buy a Gibson guitar owned by Hayden for twice what Hayden paid
for it. She accepts and hands the guitar to Frisco. Her delivery of the guitar is Fact Pattern 13-2
Boyd defends against a breach-of-contract suit by College Credit Corporation by claiming that their deal—a student loan accruing interest at a certain rate and payable beginning on a certain date—was unfair because the consideration for their contract was inadequate.

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