Question 111 out of 1 pointsJennifer has offered to sell her laptop computer for $750 to Jack. She tells Jack that the computer is only six months old but, in fact, it is three years old, and Jennifer wants to unload the lemon. Jack agrees to buy the computer based on Jennifer's representations. This contract is: Question 120 out of 1 pointsJerry offers to shovel the snow from Ben's driveway for $35. Ben replies "OK." This is an example of: Question 130 out of 1 pointsJohn enters into a contract to paint Chad's house. When Chad decides on acolor, John will buy the paint and paint the house for the price of $2,500. This contract is governed by: Question 140 out of 1 pointsLarry goes to his barber who has cut his hair for the past several years.
WorkfileContents.docxThe 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 150 out of 1 pointsLucy and Rick sign a contract in which Lucy agrees to deliver 10 boxes of chocolates in exchange for Rick's promise to pay $5 per box. Lucy deliversthe candy. Rick pays for the goods. This contract is fully executory. Question 160 out of 1 pointsMary goes into Honest Harry's Electronics and purchases a TV. Mary agrees to pay for the TV in 30 days on the store's "30 days same as cash" plan. This is an executory contract. Question 170 out of 1 pointsMike made the following offer to Mick: "I will pay you $500 if you agree to paint my house." Mick replied that he would. At this point, the contract is an: Question 180 out of 1 pointsMiles purchased a lawnmower with an attached warning that said, "The manufacturer is not responsible in the case of an injury caused by the lawnmower." If Miles is injured because of a defect in the mower and sues the lawnmower manufacturer, he will most likely:
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