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Assume there is no statute. Can Eileen collect from those who keep the plaque without paying? If not, why not? It would appear that Eileen could collect from that customer if that customer chose to keep the plaque. When the customer knowingly does so she would then be entering into a quasi-contract and would be

What is property right? What role do property rights play in a market economy?

Please help me with these two questions

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Please help me with these two questions 1. What is the difference between valid, void, voidable and unenforceable contracts? 2. What is the purpose of the Statute of Frauds in modern contract law? Do the areas covered by the statute need the protection afforded them?

Compare and Contrast the following concepts: Assault and battery Public nuisance and private nuisance Intentional tort and negligence Negligence, strict liability and product liability in tort

You have examined several different aspects of your start-up business. Identify what forces in the external environment (competition, political/legal, economic, technological, and social/cultural) would you believe to have the greatest potential impact on your success? Why? Answer: I feel the greatest potential impact on the success of my business would be the elderly, because they

I am having problems completing the rest of the assignments similar to this problem. I just need to get in the ballpark. I will figure the rest out. I want to use this problem as a template for my test next week. I belive I will have several questions on the test for this problem.

Scenario: Grocery, Inc., is a retail grocery store chain based in Any State, U.S.A. Grocery has stores throughout the United States. Grocery has written contracts with many different vendors to purchase the products they sell in their stores. Vendors range from individuals to international corporations. Tom Green works as the produce manager for the store

Compare and contrast the following concepts: Binding and nonbinding promises Bilateral and unilateral contracts Contracts and quasi-contracts Offer and acceptance Offer and counteroffer Monetary damages and equitable relief Adjudicated insane and insane in fact

Can you please explain some laws and/or regulations applicable to compensation for an organization? What are the corrolations? Please find current interpretations of the law and implications to an organization?

Discuss whether the principal is liable in each of the following situations. Explain your answer. Andrew hires Patricia, an attorney, to negotiate a contract to purchase some property. He agrees to pay her $75 an hour for her services, and she agrees to use her own office and secretarial staff to negotiate and draft the