Cascadia Bus201 Module 5 Discussions

Ch 14 DQ: Was there an Offer and Acceptance?1010 unread replies. 1919 replies. The plaintiff attended a presentation by Jones at a gathering of financial representatives. At the presentation, Jones invited attendees to put their business cards in a basket for a drawing and stated that the person whose card was drawn and who stayed for the entire presentation would “leave with a million dollars. ” Mike put his card in the basket, stayed for the entire presentation, and was the winner of the drawing. Jones then stated that what Mike won was one dollar per year for one million years. He gave Mike $100 for the first “hundred years. ” Mike sued for breach of contract and Jones and the other defendant filed a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim. The issue was whether Jones had made an offer—would a reasonable person believe that he intended to make an offer, and if so, was the offer sufficiently definite? Was there an acceptance? If this is a contract, what type would it be?Ch 16 DQ: Is she responsible on the contract?1111 unread replies. 2727 replies. Fanny, a 15?year?old child prodigy, registers as a freshman at Big University, (B. U. ). She signs a 10?month contract to live in the B. U. dormitories at $400 per month. Assume that the dorm room is a necessary in this case. After living in the dorm for 3 months, she decides to move out into her own apartment. B. U. is unable to find another student to fill Fanny’s place and sues her for breach of contract. What is the extent of Fanny’s liability under the contract?Ch 20 DQ: Questions and Case Problems #522 unread replies. 1212 replies. Consider the above referenced problem. Respond with your thoughts on the questions presented. Support your responses with legal reasoning. Make sure your return later in the week to see if anyone replied to your post and discussed your ideas. As outlined in the syllabus, each student is expected to make one original post responding to the DQ and follow up with at least two response posts with other studentsCh 15 DQ: Questions and Case Problems #1044 unread replies. 1919 replies. Consider the above referenced problem. Respond with your thoughts on the questions presented. Support your responses with legal reasoning. Make sure your return later in the week to see if anyone replied to your post and discussed your ideas. As outlined in the syllabus, each student is expected to make one original post responding to the DQ and follow up with at least two response posts with other students.

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Cascadia Bus201 Module 5 Discussions

Ch 14 DQ: Was there an Offer and Acceptance?1010 unread replies. 1919 replies. The plaintiff attended a presentation by Jones at a gathering of financial representatives. At the presentation, Jones invited attendees to put their business cards in a basket for a drawing and stated that the person whose card was drawn and who stayed for the entire presentation would “leave with a million dollars. ” Mike put his card in the basket, stayed for the entire presentation, and was the winner of the drawing. Jones then stated that what Mike won was one dollar per year for one million years. He gave Mike $100 for the first “hundred years. ” Mike sued for breach of contract and Jones and the other defendant filed a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim. The issue was whether Jones had made an offer—would a reasonable person believe that he intended to make an offer, and if so, was the offer sufficiently definite? Was there an acceptance? If this is a contract, what type would it be?Ch 16 DQ: Is she responsible on the contract?1111 unread replies. 2727 replies. Fanny, a 15?year?old child prodigy, registers as a freshman at Big University, (B. U. ). She signs a 10?month contract to live in the B. U. dormitories at $400 per month. Assume that the dorm room is a necessary in this case. After living in the dorm for 3 months, she decides to move out into her own apartment. B. U. is unable to find another student to fill Fanny’s place and sues her for breach of contract. What is the extent of Fanny’s liability under the contract?Ch 20 DQ: Questions and Case Problems #522 unread replies. 1212 replies. Consider the above referenced problem. Respond with your thoughts on the questions presented. Support your responses with legal reasoning. Make sure your return later in the week to see if anyone replied to your post and discussed your ideas. As outlined in the syllabus, each student is expected to make one original post responding to the DQ and follow up with at least two response posts with other studentsCh 15 DQ: Questions and Case Problems #1044 unread replies. 1919 replies. Consider the above referenced problem. Respond with your thoughts on the questions presented. Support your responses with legal reasoning. Make sure your return later in the week to see if anyone replied to your post and discussed your ideas. As outlined in the syllabus, each student is expected to make one original post responding to the DQ and follow up with at least two response posts with other students.

Cascadia BUS201 module 5 discussions

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Ch 14 DQ: Was there an Offer and Acceptance?
1010 unread replies.1919 replies.
The plaintiff attended a presentation by Jones at a gathering of financial representatives. At the presentation, Jones invited attendees to put their business cards in a basket for a drawing and stated that the person whose card was drawn and who stayed for the entire presentation would “leave with a million dollars.” Mike put his card in the basket, stayed for the entire presentation, and was the winner of the drawing. Jones then stated that what Mike won was one dollar per year for one million years. He gave Mike $100 for the first “hundred years.” Mike sued for breach of contract and Jones and the other defendant filed a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim. The issue was whether Jones had made an offer—would a reasonable person believe that he intended to make an offer, and if so, was the offer sufficiently definite? Was there an acceptance? If this is a contract, what type would it be?

Ch 16 DQ: Is she responsible on the contract?
1111 unread replies.2727 replies.
Fanny, a 15?year?old child prodigy, registers as a freshman at Big University, (B.U.). She signs a 10?month contract to live in the B.U. dormitories at $400 per month. Assume that the dorm room is a necessary in this case. After living in the dorm for 3 months, she decides to move out into her own apartment. B.U. is unable to find another student to fill Fanny’s place and sues her for breach of contract. What is the extent of Fanny’s liability under the contract?

Ch 20 DQ: Questions and Case Problems #5
22 unread replies.1212 replies.
Consider the above referenced problem. Respond with your thoughts on the questions presented. Support your responses with legal reasoning. Make sure your return later in the week to see if anyone replied to your post and discussed your ideas. As outlined in the syllabus, each student is expected to make one original post responding to the DQ and follow up with at least two response posts with other students

Ch 15 DQ: Questions and Case Problems #10
44 unread replies.1919 replies.
Consider the above referenced problem. Respond with your thoughts on the questions presented. Support your responses with legal reasoning. Make sure your return later in the week to see if anyone replied to your post and discussed your ideas. As outlined in the syllabus, each student is expected to make one original post responding to the DQ and follow up with at least two response posts with other students.