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Most time, acceptance would be made in clear and loud matters, such as saying “Yes, I accept.” But silence would constitute acceptance of an offer where the common-law and statutory law allows. Supreme Court of Nebraska has confirmed in Joseph Heiting and Sons v. Jacks Bean Co that acceptance may be established by silence or inaction of an offeree and acceptance occurs when the buyer/offeree “does any act inconsistent with the seller/offeror’s ownership...” Neb. U.C.C. section 2-606(1)(c). In Joseph Heiting and Sons v. Jacks Bean Co, 463 N.W.2d 817, 236 Neb. 765 (Neb.,1990), Heiting (Plaintiff) offered to sell its beans at the posted price on September 30, 1987, but was never informed of acceptance or rejection of the offer. Heiting and Jacks
Enforceable contract Peter v. Don. Peter will have an enforceable contract with Don if he can show that all the required elements of a contract are present. If there is a contract between the two then it will be governed by the common law requirements of an enforceable contract instead of the Uniformed Commercial Code, which would be used if their agreement had involved the sale of goods. In order for a contract to be formed between Peter and Don the two must react mutual consent Mutual consent can generally be formed through the form of an (A) offer and (B) acceptance. An additional requirement for both parties to show (C) consideration is also
This timeframe is designed under the assumption that you will provide all supporting documents we requested on a timely basis. Our fees will be based on our standard hourly rates. Invoices will be submitted periodically as the work progresses and are payable upon presentation. Should we find any conditions that could significantly affect our initial estimated total fees of $21,000, we will notify you immediately.
Thereafter, Colleen McCarthy responds in writing to Ms. Reisen 's requests. Dated June 16, 2003, she revokes Mike 's responsibility for my dentist 's fees. Then switching financial control to Mike 's father, Jimmy Newman with a new, never before discussed plan. Despite being well informed that dentists do not bill others, and knowing that Jimmy, my former father in law, is not legally bound to pay dental fees, Ms. McCarthy writes,”The $14,400.00 dental bill included with your letter (paragraph 3.1 in the Property Settlement Agreement of June 3, 2002), is to be paid directly to the dentists. This amount will be paid when a bill from the dentist is received by Jimmy Newman”.
Bernie a resident of Richmond, Virginia decides to sale his 2006 Ford Fusion for $13,000.00 and places an ad in his local newspaper on February 1st. After several weeks without any inquiries, Vivian contacts Bernie on March 1st stating she will pay him $12,000.00 for the car. Bernie arranges to meet with Vivian on March 5th to complete the deal. Vivian comes to Bernie’s house on March 10th and says she will give Bernie $12,500.00 for the car; but she needs three additional weeks to come up with the money. Bernie agrees but only if Vivian puts down a deposit. Vivian agrees and Bernie drafts an agreement stated the sale will must take place no later than March 31st. Vivian reads and signs the agreement and
History and background. In 2010, FPRLC experienced a significant spike in business. The increase was so significant that the firm at times would place a freeze on accepting incoming clients. FPRLC represents many clients in counties across Oklahoma. The initial client retainer is generally determined by the jurisdiction of the case and the nature of the case. FPRLC charges an hourly rate of $250 per hour that is billed out of the client’s retainer account. The firm is payed for their services as the attorney’s work is completed, therefore depleting the client retainer account.
?As a general rule, parents are not liable for the contracts entered into by their minor children? (Kubasek et al., 2016, p. 226). Cercel and Scurtu advised civil law regulates that there is "limited legal capacity of minors between 14 and 18 years of age" given the assumed insufficient psychological magnitude to exercise legal rights (Cercel, S., & Scurtu, S., 2015). Despite the fact that my son was turning 18 soon and irrespective of Marshall?s awareness to my son?s age, my son was only 17 and was not authorized to act on my behalf.
Streak shooter J.R. Smith eventually re-signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers after opting out the final year of the three-year, $18 million deal he had when he was still with the New York Knicks that would have earned him $6.4 million next season.
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Contracts, business, and laws are three simple little words, but when put together they have a substantial impact on our everyday lives. Below we will discuss three case studies. The first case is between Chris, Matt, and Ian vs. Donald Margolin, who was injured when he used an aftershave lotion that he bought off the internet called Funny Face. The second case is between Sam, his landlord, and a national chain store. Sam is being accused of conducting business from his apartment and going back on a verbal promise. In the last case is two lifelong friends who decided to join in a partnership and open up a sporting goods shop. Therefore, before the appropriate court can proceed with the first case, the court should take into several considerations around the rules of jurisdiction, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and whether or not corporation/or corporate offices can be held for the criminal or potential act. In the second case before the court can rule the court should determine the various elements of a valid contract, if a quasi-contract exists, a promissory estoppel, and the rights an obligation of a tenant would prevail on Sam 's claims. Finally, in the third case between Jeb and Josh, they should determine the type of business entity that will overall protect their business and personal needs.