Although a written contract would have been more suitable to solidifying the

Although a written contract would have been more

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In general, this is not an enforceable contract. Although a written contract would have been more suitable to solidifying the elements of the contract. Since the verbal agreements are nonbinding, the Deposit of $100.00 by Jim and Laura entitles them to recover the refundable monetary amount. Although, Stan Salesman remains persistence in making it seem the $100.00 was a form of deposit towards the car he has no claim to retain the funds and is a direct violation
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DID JIM AND LAURA BUY A CAR?4of standards of conduct under the UCC. Stan Salesman cannot enforce the contract between Jim and Laura since there is no written agreement. There are various unknown facts relating to this case. It is clear no signing of documents took place at any time. It is, unimaginable to claim therewas an agreement and that there were elements of a contract present between Jim, Laura and Stan Salesman.
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DID JIM AND LAURA BUY A CAR?5ReferencesBeatty, J. F., Samuelson, S. S., & Sanchez Abril, P. (2016). Introduction to business law (5th ed.).Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.Legal Information Institute (LII) Contract. (n.d.). Retrieved from Cornell University Law School:
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