Question 9 1 out of 1 points Bry Inc and Gangl Co entered into an oral

Question 9 1 out of 1 points bry inc and gangl co

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Question 91 out of 1 pointsBry, Inc. and Gangl Co. entered into an oral agreement for the sale of 3,000 sweaters. Both parties performed as required under the contract. Bry delivered the sweaters and Gangl accepted and paid for them. Since the contract is fully executed, it makes no difference that it was oral. Question 10 1 out of 1 points Contract rescission can sometimes be based upon a unilateral mistake. Question 111 out of 1 pointsE-mation entered into a contract with a consumer, Ezra, a recent immigrant to the United States, who spoke very little English, and had no formal education. The contract provided for Ezra to pay $2500 for a computer system. The system was worth $400. If E-mation sued Ezra for enforcement of the contract, what is the most likely result? Question 12 1 out of 1 points
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WorkfileContents.docxEintz Corp. hired Jose to bribe a foreign government official into awarding a $3 million contract to Eintz. Eintz gave Jose $10,000 in cash to make the bribe payment and $2000 for Jose's efforts. Instead of paying the bribe, Jose pocketed all of the money. If Eintz sues Jose, Eintz will: Question 131 out of 1 pointsEthel's Exercise World plans to order three weight machines from Pete's Push, Pedal and Pull, Inc. for a total of $15,000. Pete's demands that Ethel's friend, Moneybags, a wealthy independent businesswoman (not connected with Ethel's business in any way) promise to pay Pete's for the three machines if Ethel's Exercise World does not. Which of the promises in this problem must be in writing to be enforceable? Question 14 1 out of 1 points For the purposes of the statute of frauds, an interest in land includes: Question 151 out of 1 pointsGenerally, a seller has no duty to disclose facts. However, there is a duty to disclose information or facts if the disclosure is necessary to: Question 161 out of 1 pointsIf a court finds as a matter of law that a clause of a contract was unconscionable at the time the contract was made, the court must refuse to enforce the contract. Question 171 out of 1 pointsIf a salesperson says, "This is a great car and it’s really fun to drive," but the car turns out to be a lemon, the salesperson has committed fraud.
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