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Capacity in Contract Law: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. When a mentally ill person enters into a contract, the contract _____.

Question 2 2. Long-time friends Sandy and Millie are enjoying a night out together at a local pub. After Millie treated Sandy to a bottle of tequila, the friends decided to open a restaurant together; they immediately drafted a contract on a cocktail napkin and began planning their finances. The next morning, Sandy realized that she was in no position to go through with the business venture; Millie raised a civil lawsuit against Sandy. Why will the court likely rule in Sandy's favor?

Question 3 3. Which of the following is NOT an element necessary to sign a legal contract?

Question 4 4. When an intoxicated person enters into a contract, who can void the contract?

Question 5 5. Which of the following statements is true about minors and contract law?

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Question 6 6. Joe, a 16 year old, went to the stereo shop and bought a new hi-tech turntable. The clerk asked him his age and Joe responded, 'I am 18 years old, can't you tell?' A week later, Joe's parents discover this purchase and demand he return it immediately. Joe complies. The clerk refuses to accept the return or refund his money. According to contracts with minors, what do you think will happen?

Question 7 7. Why is a motivational test used?

Question 8 8. In contract law, maturity means that an individual is:

Question 9 9. In the case of Temple vs. Mercedes Benz, what standard test would prove the brother's reason for the purchase of an expensive car?

Question 10 10. If a minor signs a contract for groceries, they are:

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Question 11 11. John is an alcoholic. He recently signed a contract to buy a very expensive home. Prior to signing the contract, he had six or eight cocktails. What is likely to happen with the contract?

Question 12 12. Manny wanted to purchase Jerome's sports car. Jerome had no intention of selling the car at the time. Manny and Jerome had a few drinks when the conversation turned to the sale of the car. Manny bought several shots of vodka for Jerome and then asked him to sign an agreement to purchase the car for $500.00. What will happen with this contract?

Question 13 13. Barry and Sandy were celebrating their graduation from culinary school over a bottle of tequila. Barry suggested that Sandy and he buy a small taco stand together. They gathered their money together and handed it over to Pedro in exchange for the business. In the morning, Sandy vaguely remembered this transaction but noticed her bank account was low. She immediately called Barry and Pedro to cancel the contract. Pedro and Barry consented. A few days later, a sober Sandy wanted back into the deal. Is she allowed to do this?

Question 14 14. In the case of Hauer v. Union, which standard test would have been useful to determine whether she actually understood the language of the contract?

Question 15 15. Ralph, a local real estate agent, was meeting Mary, a first-time home buyer, to discuss an offer on a condo. Mary asked to meet Ralph at The Silver Fox Saloon to discuss the contract. When Ralph arrived, Mary was drinking a glass of Merlot. Ralph requested lemon water, and the negotiations ensued. Mary offered $50,000 above market value for the condo in question. Ralph promptly presented the offer and it was accepted. Several days later, Mary wanted out of the contract, claiming she was intoxicated at the time of the agreement and that Ralph should have known that. What will happen?

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Question 16 16. James was furious with his parents because they do not allow him to stay up late. At age 17, he rented an apartment on the other side of town. When his landlord inquired about his age, James claimed that he was indeed an adult. James signed the lease and moved into his new apartment. After a few days, James missed his mom's cooking so he asked if he could get out of the lease by admitting to his landlord that he had lied about his age and was actually a minor. What can the landlord do?

Question 17 17. Which of the following is an example of a situation where the use of a cognitive test would help?

Question 18 18. Sarah, who is 16, was walking when she saw her friend across the street. To catch up with her, Sarah ran through traffic. A police officer witnessed this and handed Sarah a ticket with a fine. Which of the following is likely to happen?

Question 19 19. What does cognitive testing determine?

Question 20 20.

Steven and his buddies were drinking some beers at Gin's Mill on Tuesday evening. As they consumed more beers, the conversation turned to vacation. After several more brews, Steven offered to purchase everyone's airline tickets on his smartphone so long as they promise to repay him when they have the money. The men gathered around as Steven thumbed through the transaction, making several errors along the way. First, he booked the wrong city, then the wrong number of travelers. He even listed everyone as senior citizens. After many attempts, he completed the transaction and the tickets were purchased.

The next day, Steven vaguely remembered this. What might the court look for in this contract for the repayment of the tickets?

Capacity in Contract Law: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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