Which of the following would not be considered an example of consideration A A

Which of the following would not be considered an

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25.Which of the following would notbe considered an example of consideration? A. A promise to stay in a job until a particular project is completed.B.A promise to your football coach to refrain from riding your motorcycle during football season even though you love riding it.C. A promise to cook dinner for your roommate for the next six months.D. A promise to stop drinking alcohol during exam week.E. A promise to pay your employees as required by law.26.Which of the following is true regarding illusory promises? 27.In a(n) ______ debt, the parties either dispute the fact that any money is owed or agree that some money is owed but dispute the amount.
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28.Which of the following is true regarding a valid accord and satisfaction? When amounts agreed upon are paid, the debt is fully discharged except for any late charges and any interest due under the original agreement.When amounts agreed upon are paid, the debt is fully discharged except for any late charges or interest due under the original agreement, or for attorney fees of the creditor that are due.29.Garage sale. Richard, who is cleaning out his garage, offers to sell Dawn a used computer for $200. Dawn replies that "I'll think about it and buy it if I decide to do so." Richard also calls Denise and offers to give Denise a used business law book. She is excited to receive the book and tells him that she will pick it up the next day. Richard also agrees to sell a communications book for $50 to Jill who promises to pick it up the next day. Meanwhile, Sam comes to visit, offers Richard $20 for the business law book and Richard sells it to him. Sam also offers Richard $50 for the used computer. Richard sells it to Sam because he does not expect to hear from Dawn. Sam sees the communications book and offers Richard $60 for it. Richard decides to forget about Jill and proceeds to sell the book to Sam for $60. Denise is very angry because Richard did not save the book for her and claims that he breached a contract because she had accepted his offer. Jill is also angry because Richard sold the communications book and informs him that he breached the contract he had with her. Exactly 31 days later, Dawn tells Richard that she would like the computer. She tells him that her response constituted consideration in that it bound him to an option contract and that he should have awaited her final decision. Richard tells Sam that he needs to
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