BIS 155 Lab 6 of 7: Day Care Center Purchase here http://chosecourses.com/BIS%20155/bis-155-lab-6-of-7-day-care-center Product Description Your friend, Jane Morales, is considering opening a Day Care Center. She has started compiling her assumptions and putting together an Income Statement. She has determined that she must make at least $75,000 profit per year in order to start the business. She has asked you to analyze her Income Statement and help her determine whether it is viable for her to start this business. You have agreed to help her complete her Income Statement and to perform What-If analysis to help her look at her potential profitability.
The next day, Hoffman sent Conger a letter confirming the conversation. The executive committee of Company approved the sale. Sun Valley Realty prepared the deed of trust, note, seller’s closing statement, and other loan documents. However, before the documents were executed by either side, Sun Valley Company sold all its assets, including the Ruud Mountain property, to another purchaser. When the new owner refused to sell the Ruud Mountain lot to Hoffman and Frey, they brought this action for specific performance of the oral contract.
Respostas do quiz de business law 2 * Question 4 0 out of 1.5 points | | | Acme, a Dover, Delaware company, is to send widgets to a customer in Elmira, New York, under a destination contract. The contract will read _______.Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | F.A.S./Dover, Delaware | | | | | * Question 6 0 out of 1.5 points | | | Trader, a business located in Rutland, Vermont, is shipping goods from the Port of Boston to a customer in Oslo, Norway. The contract calls for Trader to deliver the goods and have them safely loaded on the ship, Lodestar. Trader’s liability ends when the goods are on the ship. The contract will read _______.Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | F.A.S./Rutland, Vermont | | | | | * Question 1 0 out of 1.5 points | | | Anne bought an antique bracelet from a jeweler.
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.
Charter Golf, Inc. vs. Ken Lisa Harris LS311 Unit 5 Assignment 1 April 1, 2014 Toni Starcher Charter Golf, Inc. vs. Ken Charter Golf, Inc. manufactures and sells golf apparel and supplies. Ken worked as a Charter sales representative for 6 months when he was offered a position with a competing firm. Charter’s president, Jerry, offered Ken a 10% commission “for the rest of his life” if Ken would turn down the offer and stay on with Charter. He also promised that Ken would not be fired unless he was dishonest. Ken turned down the competitor’s offer and stayed with Charter.
Commercial Law 200432 Assignment Question 1: Facts (Summary): David, Stephanie’s eldest sister’s boyfriend had proposed marriage and Stephanie’s sister had agreed provided he sells his motor bike. David gives Stephanie a note offering to sell the bike to her for $1,200. Stephanie left the following message “Hi David, this is Steph. I would have to buy the bike for $1,200” which had been accidently erased by David little brother. Stephanie then gave a note to her sister to give to David that night saying “I accept your offer to sell the bike for 1200 subject to my obtaining a loan on satisfactory terms”.
LEG 110 Final Exam Answers https://hwguiders.com/downloads/leg-110-final-exam-answers LEG 110 Final Exam Answers Part # 1 Question 1 Carl contracts to sell his house and lot to Winifred for $30,000. The terms of the contract call for Winifred to pay 5 percent of the purchase price as a deposit toward the purchase price, or a down payment. The terms further stipulate that should the buyer breach the contract, Carl will retain the money as damages. What type of damages does this agreement exemplify? Question 2 Two neighboring families, the As and the Bs, wish to enlarge their garages.
What are the facts? Based on the facts, from Roy L. Pearson Jr., an attorney and administrative law judge at the time in Washington, D.C., in May 2005 he took in a pair of pants to Custom Cleaners for alteration. He left the pants with Ms. Chung, the owners of the cleaners and requested they be ready in a couple of days because he wanted to wear them for the first day of his new job. The pants were special and gray with stripes with distinguishing hoops on both sides. .
Kristy Krause BA 178 News Article Report Nov 16, 2010 Walgreens Complaints- I went to Walgreens to buy tooth brushes that were on sale, it is in the ad as Cologate 360. I purchased them. WhenI got to the car and looked I was charged $4.49 and it was suppose to be on sale for $2.99. I took it back in and the manager said it as the Cologate 360 with a yellow mark on it. hen he tried to find one and there was only the one I bought.
Mall-Wart has entered into bankruptcy the month before and they informed Apollo Shoes, Inc.. To verify the validity of this transaction, the investigator needs to collect some evidence. The investigator needs to collect original documents relating to this shipment. This includes the original purchase order from Mall-Wart requesting the shoes and the original invoice from Apollo to Mall-Wart. This is a cause for concern, if Apollo Shoes cannot produce these documents, as this is how the investigator will know the transaction is valid. The investigator must interview accounting employees to gain an understanding of how the company’s accounts receivable process works.