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Frank is injured when he slips and falls in Gail's Harbor Tour Board. Frank files a suit against Gail's for $50,000. If Frank is 80 percent (80%) at...

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Frank is injured when he slips and falls in Gail's Harbor Tour Board. Frank files a suit against Gail's for $50,000. If Frank is 80 percent (80%) at fault and Gail's is 20 percent (20%) at fault, under the "50 percent (50%) rule" comparative negligence principles, Frank would recover $0. $25,000. $40,000. $50,000. Aaron, a minor, enters into a contract with Betty, an adult. Subject to possible exceptions, this contract is voidable at the option of Aaron only. either Aaron or Betty. Betty only. neither Aaron nor Betty. Jane offers to sell Bob ten computers for Bob's office. Bob sends a rejection first. Then, Bob changes his mind and sends an acceptance. Whether they have a contract is determined by Bob's rejection. Bob's acceptance. whether Bob's rejection or acceptance is received first. whether Bob's rejection or acceptance is received last. Applied Methods Corporation promises to give stock options to Brad, a production designer, for processes he has already designed. This promise is enforceable because it is a new contract. enforceable because it is an illusory promise. not enforceable. enforceable because it is supported by past consideration. Sam physically threatens Tanya to force her to agree pay him for protecting Tanya's retail store from vandalism and destruction. Tanya may avoid the contract or choose to carry it out. recover from local police for failure to protect her "direction." maintain the contract, but reduce the price payable to Sam due to duress. do nothing because she has agreed to pay.
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General Contractors (GC) and Holly enter into an oral contract under which Holly agrees to work on a GC project for sixteen months. This contract is enforceable by either party. GC only. Holly only neither party. For Paul to recover the benefit of his bargain from a breached real estate contract with Quality Property Corporation, the most appropriate remedy is damages. liquidated damages. rescission. specific performance.
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