statute of frauds
What is an irrevocable offer under the Uniform Commerce Code?
Under the Uniform Commerce Code, name three things that are required to expressed in a sales contract to satisfy the statute of frauds?
The provisions of the Uniform Commerce Code were drafted with the goal of promoting the what of a sales contract?
Name two factors that may indicate the formation of a contract under Article 2?
When one who is regularly engaged int he sale of a particular type of good offers to hold open an offer to sell the goods with an explicit promise in writing, this is a?
Under the Uniform Commerce Code, name two things that are not required to be expressed in a sales contract to satisfy the statute of frauds?
The Uniform Commerce Code’s statute of frauds requires which of the following contracts to be in writing in order to be enforced?
Miami Beach Surf Shop sends a purchase order to Beach Wear Manufacturing for 500 pairs of “Extreme Board Shorts” bathing suits by December 1. Beach Wear sends back an acknowledgement letter that includes an arbitration clause in the event of a dispute. It the arbitration clause part of the contract?
Miami Beach Surf Shop sends a purchase order to Beach Wear Manufacturing for 500 pairs of “Extreme Board Shorts” bathing suits by December 1. The purchase order contains an arbitration clause. Beach Wear sends back an acknowledgement letter for the merchandise. What is included in the terms of the contract?
Miami Beach Surf Shop sends a purchase order to Beach Wear Manufacturing for 500 pairs of “Extreme Board Shorts” bathing suits by December 1. Beach Wear sends back an acknowledgement letter that includes an arbitration clause in the event of a dispute. Which of the following are the terms of the contract?
The legal rules in the UCC that determine which party in a sales contract bears the financial burden in the case the goods are destroyed in transit are referred to as:
The legal term for the right of ownership of a good is?
On January 2, Laila University (LU) signed an agreement to purchase 1,000 baseballs from Regional Sports Equipment (RSE), and the parties agree that it is a destination contract. RSE arranges for the baseballs to be placed with a local delivery company with instructions for delivery to LU. While en route to LU, the delivery truck is in an accident, and the baseballs are dstroyed. Who had title at the time of the accident?
Unless the parties agree otherwise, the UCC characterizes any agreement for the sale of goods and delivery as a what contract?
When one party in a contract for the sale of goods has reasonable grounds to believe that another party will not perform, the UCC provides that party with the right to demand what of performance?
On January 2, Laila University (LU) signed an agreement to purchase 1,000 baseballs from Regional Sport Equipment (RSE). RSE arranges for the baseballs to be placed with a local delivery company with instructions for delivery to LU. While en route to LU, the delivery truck is in an accident, and the baseballs are destroyed. The parties do not have any express agreement as to risk of loss. Who had title at the time of the accident?
On January 2, Laila University (LU) signed an agreement to purchase and pick up 1,000 baseballs from Regional sports Equipment (RSE). RSE arranges for the baseballs to be marked “Sold” and placed in the RSE warehouse for pickup by LU’s athletic department crew. Before the LU truck arrives, the baseballs are stolen from the warehouse. Who had title at the time of loss?
Buyer and seller enter into a contract that provides for delivery of goods at the buyer’s place of business. The contract stated, “Seller assumes all risk until goods are delivered at destination.” The parties have entered into a what contract?
T/F: The case of Mattison v. Johnston held that competition is not a valid excuse to break a restrictive covenant that was created to avoid just such practices and that inducing someone to break a restrictive covenant is tortious conduct
T/F: Ms. Bobbin, your ethics teacher, is a first year professor, just out of school and she is very tough and demanding. You’ve done poorly on the first two tests and you think it’s her fault. Someone tells you that she has a criminal past and without verification, you spread this allegation. In fact, Ms. Bobbin has been a model citizen and never broken the law. As a result of your actions, she is put on probation pending an investigation. She cannot sue for defamation because as a professor, she is a public figure and your conduct was intentional but not a careless disregard of the truth or with malice
T/F: Sally is walking her 6 month old baby in a stroller. Mark, a stranger, looks into the stroller and says, “Wow, that’s one ugly baby.” Sally is furious and sues Mark for intentional infliction of emotional distress. She will likely lose
T/F: Jimmy is annoyed because his neighbor’s dog is constantly barking. He intentionally walks up to the dog in his neighbor’s yard and viciously kicks it. Jimmy is guilty of battery
T/F: Because there is no general duty to act or assist others, a store is not liable should they wash a floor and fail to notify the public of the slippery condition and someone is injured. Stores do it as a convenience to customers but not due to a legal duty
T/F: Mike is having coffee in a coffee house when he sees Jordan who is the dean of a Midwest business school. Mike used to teach at Jordan’s prior school and was considered a very valuable faculty member. They haven’t seen each other for years and Jordan has no idea what Mike has been doing or where he’s currently working. She tells him that she has a position for him if he’s interested. The next day Mike quits the university he’s under contract with and signs a contract with Jordan’s school. Jordan’s school can be sued for tortious interference with existing contractual relationship
T/F: Employers, in some states, enjoy an absolute privilege when giving employment references as long as the reference is factual and without malice
T/F: Brad is drunk and driving his car 20 miles over the speed limit. He hits Angelina who is crossing the street against a red light. Angelina has over $95,000 in medical bills and has significant pain and suffering. If Angelina sues in a state that still follows the theory of contributory negligence, she will get nothing
T/F: Professor Smith announces to his dean that the students in his noon class are the worst students that he has ever had and that they should never have been admitted to the school. The students are actually as qualified as any other students admitted to the school. The students may sue Professor Smith for slander
T/F: Disparagement has to do with industries, companies and corporations and not individuals
T/F: Bill has shoplifted at a local store stealing three mobile phones. The theft is not detected until store camera videos are examined later that afternoon. Store management has the right to go to Bill’s home and detain him until police arrive
T/F: Regarding defamation, a qualified privilege exists in courtrooms and legislative hearings
T/F: A party injured by another’s negligence but who is found to have committed comparative negligence, will recover nothing
The civil counterpart to theft is?
Assumption of risk is a defense to?
One who commits a tort is called the?
In Belanger v. Swift Transportation, Inc., after Belanger had an accident driving a company vehicle, the accident was reported to a government website. Belanger claimed that Swift acted with malice and lost any reference related privilege by reporting information to a third party website
Bill is a lab technician and in charge of safety inspections and injury prevention due to faulty equipment at a university chemistry lab. One morning, as a result of his inspection, Bill discovers a gas burner with a broken valve. Bill gets distracted and fails to put an “OUT OF ORDER/DO NOT USE” sign on the faulty burner. When the morning class arrives, Halle uses the faulty burner and is burned when it catches fire. Bill’s negligence is based on?
In which of the following situations would res ipsa loquiter likely apply?
Name three categories of torts
Santiago rents a boat slip at the Angler hotel dock based on misrepresentations by the manager that a full-time security guard was employed to watch the dock. One night the boat next to Santiago’s is burglarized. in a lawsuit against Angler Hotel for fraudulent misrepresentation who would prevail?
Pennsylvania passes a state statute that gives the right for any dairy farmer to sue any party who wrongfully defames milk produced in Pennsylvania. This is an example of a what statute
Alfredo owns a car dealership that competes with Hector’s. Cassandra is one of Hector’s best sales reps and is restricted by contract from working for any of Hector’s competitors for at least two years from termination. one day she becomes frustrated with her salary and quits. The next week, she goes to work for Alfredo. In a lawsuit against Alfredo who would prevail?