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Contracts: Assignment and Delegation Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. _ occurs when one party to a contract gives the obligations and benefits of the contract to another party.

Question 2 2. When one party to a contract extends only the benefits of the contract to another party it is called:

Question 3 3. Jim's Lawn Mowing eagerly accepts the contract rights to complete the mowing sessions for Silver Cliff's clients. In this agreement, Jim's Lawn Mowing would be considered which party?

Question 4 4. A donative assignment can't be revoked if:

Question 5 5. When one party to a contract gives the obligations and benefits of the contract to another party it is called:

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Question 6 6.

Pink and Blue enter a contract, where Pink is to provide Blue with one pallet of St. Augustine sod grass. In return, Blue will pay Pink for the grass. Now, let's say Pink is unable to locate the St. Augustine grass. He can only find Bermuda grass.

Pink's friend, Yellow, owns a gardening center. Yellow has the St. Augustine sod in stock at his store. So Pink agrees to let Yellow fulfill his contract with Blue. Pink notifies Blue that Yellow will now be fulfilling the contract.

Pink _ Yellow both the obligations and the benefits under his contract with Blue.

Question 7 7. If there's a problem with the delegated duty, who can sue for damages?

Question 8 8. Which type of assignment generally cannot be transferred from one company to another?

Question 9 9. There will be at least three parties to an assignment. These parties include:

Question 10 10. An assignor can revoke an assignment by:

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Question 11 11.

Items that can be assigned include:

1. Real property

2. Real estate

3. Intellectual property

4. Life insurance benefits

Question 12 12. In which of the following cases will delegation generally be prohibited?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is a true statement regarding assignments?

Question 14 14. Let's say that you hire me to remodel your kitchen. I'm planning to do all of the work myself, but I'm not a painter. I hire Pam to paint your kitchen. What have I done with respect to the painting of the kitchen to Pam?

Question 15 15. The main differences between delegation and assignment relate to:

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Question 16 16. Donative assignments are generally .

Question 17 17.

Let's say that Orange is in debt. Once Orange learns that he'll be receiving $20 from Green, Orange promises the debt collector that he'll make a $20 payment on Friday. The debt collector agrees to wait until Friday but tells Orange that he'll start charging interest on Saturday.

The reason Green can't revoke his donative assignment is because of:

Question 18 18. What happens when a party relies on a gratuitous promise to their substantial detriment?

Question 19 19. A delegatee is liable for:

Question 20 20. Assignments made for value, or with consideration, are _.

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Question 21 21.

Let's say that Bob sells a TV to Red for $2,000. Red doesn't have $2,000 right now, so he executes an agreement to pay Bob $100 a month for the next 20 months. Bob owes Green $1,000, so after the first 10 months Bob assign this contract to Green.

_ is the assignor, _ is the assignee, and is the obligor.

Question 22 22. I agree to mow Brown's lawn for $25 each week. After three weeks, I hurt my back and am now unable to mow lawns. I ask White to mow my lawns for me. I tell White that he can keep the money he earns. Brown agrees to let White mow his lawn for me. White mows Brown's lawn two weeks in a row but Brown refuses to pay White. White can:

Question 23 23. I agree to mow Brown's lawn for $25 each week. After three weeks, I hurt my back and am now unable to mow lawns. I ask White to mow my lawns for me. I tell White that he can keep the money he earns. Brown agrees to let White mow his lawn for me. In this scenario, I am the:

Question 24 24. Delegation occurs when a party to the contract transfers _____.

Question 25 25. I agree to mow Brown's lawn for $25 each week. After three weeks, I hurt my back and am now unable to mow lawns. I ask White to mow my lawns for me. I tell White that he can keep the money he earns. Brown agrees to let White mow his lawn for me. In this scenario, Brown is the:

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Question 26 26. A delegatee _ liable for the overall performance of the contract or for any contractual duties that the delegatee accept.

Question 27 27. What effect does the death or bankruptcy of the assignor have on the assignment?

Question 28 28. I agree to mow Brown's lawn for $25 each week. After three weeks, I hurt my back and am now unable to mow lawns. I ask White to mow my lawns for me. I tell White that he can keep the money he earns. Brown agrees to let White mow his lawn for me. In this scenario, White is the:

Question 29 29.

Sometimes a donative assignment can't be revoked. Can the donative assignment be revoked in these scenarios?

1. If the obligor has already performed the obligation?

2. If the assignment is made in writing?

3. If the assignment is made verbally?

Question 30 30. Silver Cliff Landscaping provides contract rights to Jim's Lawn Mowing to complete scheduled mowing sessions for their clients. In this situation, Silver Cliff Landscaping is acting in what capacity?

Contracts: Assignment and Delegation Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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