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She opens a small day care business Ken sues on the noncompete clause What is from BUL 2241 at St. Petersburg College

Question 42   4 / 4 points If Jane persuades Linda to buy her horse by telling Linda that the horse runs " like the wind , " then Jane 's statement is : Question options :
 fraud .
 misrepresentation .
 a unilateral mistake .
 puffery .
Question 43   4 / 4 points Barb has been a children 's day care provider for several years in the small town of Sallton . She has decided to give it all up and move to the big city for excitement and adventure . She sells her business to Ken , agreeing not to open a competing business within 25 miles of Sallton for a period of one year . After six months of the big city life , Barb is broke and moves back to Sallton . She opens a small day care business . Ken sues on the noncompete clause . What is the most likely result ? Question options :
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Question 45   4 / 4 points Al contracted to sell his house to Bev. Subsequently , they both changed their minds and agreed to cancel the contract . The contract between Al and Bev is discharged by : Question options :
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Question 47   4 / 4 points Shelly offers to sell Jane goods both parties know are stolen . Jane accepts the offer , and agrees to pay for the goods . Later , Jane refuses to accept or pay for the goods . If Shelly sues Jane for breach of contract , what is the probable result ? Question options :
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Question 48   4 / 4 points A promise by Derkin Restaurants to buy all of the produce it needs this next year at an established price from Elfredo 's Produce would be :
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Question 50   4 / 4 points Floyd offers to sell his 1967 Ford Mustang convertible to Tim . Before they conclude their negotiations , Floyd dies . Which of the following is true ? Question options :
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six months of the big city life, Barb is broke and moves back to Sallton. She opens a small day care business. Ken sues on the noncompete clause. What is the most likely result?Question options:Ken wins. The agreement is enforceable.
Barb wins. The agreement is denying her the right to do the only thing she knows how to do.Barb wins. The agreement is not enforceable because it is not ancillary to a legitimate bargain.Barb wins. The agreement is not reasonable as to time.
Question 444 / 4 pointsA nonparty to a contract may enforce the contract if the person is:
Question 454 / 4 pointsAl contracted to sell his house to Bev. Subsequently, they both changed their minds and agreed to cancel the contract. The contract between Al and Bev is discharged by:
Question 464 / 4 pointsThe beneficiary of a life insurance policy would ordinarily be:
Question 474 / 4 pointsShelly offers to sell Jane goods both parties know are stolen. Jane accepts the offer, and agrees to pay forthe goods. Later, Jane refuses to accept or pay for the goods. If Shelly sues Jane for breach of contract, what is the probable result?Question options:Shelly would win as this is a valid, enforceable contract.Jane would win as this is a voidable contract.Shelly would win as this is a unilateral contract.The law would not enforce Jane's promise, as it does not have a lawful purpose.
Question 484 / 4 pointsA promise by Derkin Restaurants to buy all of the produce it needs this next year at an established price from Elfredo's Produce would be:
Question 494 / 4 pointsWhich of the following is most likely to constitute fraud?
Question 504 / 4 pointsFloyd offers to sell his 1967 Ford Mustang convertible to Tim. Before they conclude their negotiations, Floyd dies. Which of the following is true?

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