1. Regarding the contracts for sale of goods provision of the Statute of Frauds, which of the follow

We can write your essays! Let our essay writing experts help you get that A in your next essay. Place your order today, and you will enjoy it. No plagiarism.


Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper

1. Regarding the contracts for sale of goods provision of the Statute of Frauds, which of the following statements is not true?
A It applies to sale of goods only if priced at $500 or more.
B It applies to sale of goods only if the “goods” were manufactured and sold by the manufacturer.
C The UCC allows an exception as to “goods for which payment has been made and accepted.”
D The UCC allows an exception if the party against whom enforcement is sought admits in a pleading that a contract for sale was made.
 
2. Based upon the reading in the hornbook, what would be the likely result of casebook problem 28 in chapter 13, Section 7?
I don’t have the hornbook
A The sale of interest in land provision of the Statute of Frauds was applicable.
B The part-performance doctrine was applicable.
C The sale of interest in land provision of the Statute of Frauds was not applicable.
D The agreement was fully performed so the sale of interest in land provision of the Statute of Frauds was not applicable.

3. Regarding the contracts for sale of land provision of the Statute of Frauds, which of the following statements is true?
A The doctrine of part performance is an exception.
B The “interests in land” subject to the Statute of Frauds does not include easements.
C A promise to give a lien on land as security for money loaned is not regarded as an “interest in land” and thus not subject to the Statute of Frauds.
D Agreements for the sale of annual crops, obtained by the cultivation of humans, are subject to the Statute of Frauds if the agreement was made while the crops are still attached to the land because these crops are considered “interests in land.”

4. Regarding the contracts in consideration of marriage provision of the Statute of Frauds, which of the following statements is true?
A The Statute of Frauds applies to any agreement made on consideration of marriage, except mutual promises to marry. 
B The Statute of Frauds does not apply to a promise made by a third party in consideration of two other persons.
C The Statute of Frauds applies if the promise is made merely in contemplation of marriage.
D This Statute of Frauds does not apply to a promise to support the child of the prospective spouse.

Writerbay.net

Everyone needs a little help with academic work from time to time. Hire the best essay writing professionals working for us today!

Get a 15% discount for your first order


Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper