What is not required to establish promissory estoppel

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Question 61 / 1 pointWhat is notrequired to establish promissory estoppel?Question options:A promise made by the defendant.A promise made by the plaintiff in response to the defendant's promise.
Reliance on the defendant's promise.Enforcing the promise is the only way to avoid injustice.
Question 71 / 1 pointShelly 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 81 / 1 pointLarry goes to his barber who has cut his hair for the past several years. The barber proceeds to cut his hair as they talk about the most recent snow storm to hit the area. This is an example of a:
Question 91 / 1 pointRobert, a minor, buys a stereo from Jane for $200. State law allows a minor to disaffirm contracts within areasonable time after turning 18. Robert disaffirms the contract the day after turning 18 and returns the stereo.
Question 101 / 1 pointPatty is a poor college student struggling to work and keep up with her studies. Fred, her uncle, promises to pay Patty support of $200 per month for the next six months. Although Fred didn't ask her to, she quits her current job in order to devote full time to her studies for the next six months. Fred makes one paymentand then stops with no explanation. If Patty sues, what is the likely result?Question options:Fred would win, as he did not ask Patty to quit her job.Patty would win, as a contract was formed when Fred promised to pay her the support.Fred would win, as family members cannot sue each other for breach of an oral promise.Patty may win under the doctrine of promissory estoppel.

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