The contract is unenforceable because it is

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The contract is unenforceable because it is unconscionable.
Question 5 1 / 1 point Mark works as a bartender at The Little Nipper, a local bar. Under state law, bartenders are required to be licensed. The licensing requires filling out an application and submitting a $50
application fee. The application does not require any special education or experience, just the $50 fee. Craig enters Mark's bar, orders a round of drinks for the house, then notices that Mark's license is not on display behind the bar. Craig learns that Mark is not licensed and refuses to pay for the round of drinks. The Little Nipper sues. What result?
Question 6 1 / 1 point 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 five miles of Sallton for a period of nine months. After five 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 7 1 / 1 point Which of the following is an example of an exculpatory clause?
Question 8 1 / 1 point Larry has the largest pizza business in the city. He learns that Henry is thinking of opening a competing pizza and pasta delivery business. Larry gives Henry $25,000 to not open his proposed business in the same city. Which statement is correct?

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