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Evidence of the transactionPrice of the goodsQuantitySignature of the defendantStatutes of limitations apply, for the most part to:both criminal and civil wrongsSteve says to Sarah, "If you mow my lawn each week, I will pay you $300 a month." Sarah mows the lawn each uphold the unilateral contract and order Steve to pay $300.003
week for a month. A court would most likely:Which of these are actually contracts?Unilateral contractsBilateral contractsQuasi contractsBoth a & bBill draws up a simple contract to buy Pam's horse. Pam initials the contract on the Seller's signature line. Bill signs his full name as the buyer.Bill and Pam have satisfied the writing requirement as to signatures of the Statute of FraudsThe Parole Evidence Rule:prohibits the introduction at trial of evidence of the parties' prior negotiations, prior agreements, or contemporaneous oral agreements if that evidence contradicts or varies the parties' written contract.provides an exception for evidence of subsequent modification.provides an exception for oral evidence that shows that the contract is voidable or void.All of the aboveWhich of the following is false?As a general rule, most contracts should be in writing even when they fall outside the Statute of Frauds.Businesspersons frequently make oral contracts over the telephone particularly with parties they have done business with in the past.Any time an oral contract is made, it is advisable for one of the parties to send a written communication to the other party.A fax or e-mail does not constitute a written communication memorializing an oral contractAdministrative agencies4
Who are known as the fourth branch of government?Which of these statements is false?There are no exceptions to the applicability of the Statute of FraudsThere are special exceptions to the applicability of the Statute of Frauds involving sales contracts.There are special exceptions to the applicability of the Statute of Frauds involving oral contracts between merchants confirmed in writing.None of the above.Samantha agrees to sell Sally a lot next to her store. She gives Sally a legal description of the lot. Sally gives Samantha an unsigned copy of the contract terms. Samantha then sends a signed letter that mentions legal description. Sally sends back a final unsigned Contract with her deposit check attached to it.The handwritten legal description, unsigned draft contract, the signed letter and the final unsigned contract with the deposit check have satisfied the Statute of FraudsDouble Jeopardy is the:prohibition of being tried twice for the same criminal offenseSusan is a candidate for mayor. Sarah tells the local newspaper that Susan is a drug addict. If the newspaper publishes libel5
this information and it is untrue, then it is:The failure to do what is called for by a contract is a:breachWhich of the statements is true?