DotTV posted an announcement on its Web site asking for bids for rights to the “Golf.tv” domain name and stating that the name would go to the highest bidder. Je Ho Lim submitted a bid for $1,010 and authorized DotTV to charge that amount to his credit card if his bid was the highest. Later, DotTV sent Lim an e-mail message stating that he had “won the auction” and charged the bid price of $1,010 to Lim’s credit card. When DotTV subsequently refused to transfer the name, Lim sued DotTV for, among other things, breach of contract. Lim argued that his bid constituted an ac¬ceptance of DotTV’s offer to sell the name.
A particularly important issue that has been raised is whether a person who acquires property after the institution of the regulatory regime should have any claim whatsoever. Some argue that such a landowner should not, having acquired the property knowing the restrictions to which it was subject and presumably at a price that reflected those restrictions. Others argue that to eliminate any such claim would enable government effectively to extinguish substantial value of the property without any recourse for the owner. The Supreme Court has concluded that the timing of the acquisition
Facts In this breach of contract action, we are asked to decide, among other things, whether the parties formed an enforceable purchase agreement. After a trial, the circuit court ruled that only an option contract was formed and that it was unenforceable. Although it was labeled as an option contract, it had all the elements of a purchase agreement, and the parties treated it as a purchase agreement. Therefore, we reverse and remand. IV.
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Designated agents. c. Exclusive/right/to/sell d. Fiduciary duties. 30-Buyers should be careful NOT to reveal the top price they’re willing to pay to a (n) a. Buyer’s agent. b. Principal broker c. Sellers’s agent d. Associatebroker 31 Ads made by real estate brokers that do not indicate that the advertiser is a broker are: a. legal in New York b. known as blind ads c. acceptable as long as the phone number of the broker appears in the ad d. acceptable if the broker is doing business as an individual broker in his own name 32- If a licensee becomes a partner in a real estate firm, he must have a(n): a. salesperson license b. broker license c. associate broker license d. minimum of two year’s experience as a broker .
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Under the statue of frauds BTT would not be held liable for not distributing Strat and simple walk away from the deal. 5. No BTT cannot avoid the contract under the doctrine of mistake, because BTT had proposed on meeting its commitments by giving a verbal agreement, before all the changes occurred in their facility. They had sent Chou a fax demanding a plan of the dispersal contract after they had sent him an e-mail that Chou supposed to have switched the previous perception asking him to sketch up a contract. "A unilateral mistake is when only one party had an erroneous
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Reasonable reliance of an offer may prevent revocation as well, through promissory estoppel but should only be used as a fallback position if some real contract can be relied upon. An as stated offer should last only as long as is stated to last. If there no statement, then it lasts some reasonable amount of time. Death or incompetence can negate an offer as it destroys the power of acceptance. Rejection of an offer also destroys the power of acceptance and counter offers shall be deemed a rejection of offer with only two exceptions; a counter offer in an options contact where consideration can be applied to keep the offer open, and the mere inquiry rule which is a reply to the offeror by the offeree with no intent to reject.
Let's explore a few ways in which offer and acceptance occurs sans an expressed agreement: a purchase order and the mailbox rule. The Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC, is a body of rules that govern the sale of goods and other commercial transactions in the United States and looks at the use of a purchase order as an invitation to accept an offer. To elaborate, when a company issues a purchase order, what they are really doing is making a written, expressed promise without consideration to purchase products or services from another company that require prompt shipment. Since consideration is necessary to make a contract binding, the UCC made a rule that, although consideration is not