Willy and Brogan, aged 16, enter into a written contract in which Brogan will sell his
horse to Willy for $250. Before the sale is finalized, Brogan seeks to be released from
the contract and wants to offer in-court oral testimony concerning his age. The
admission of Brogan's testimony is most likely governed by the
A. standard construction
B. best evidence
C. equal dignities
D. parol evidence
A(n) ____________ sexual harassment occurs when a ____________ requires that his
secretary trade sexual favors for a job promotion.
A. business necessity; supervisor
B. hostile environment; CEO
C. quid pro quo; supervisor
D. affirmative action; supervisor
Matrix, Inc. is the general contractor of a large commercial building project. Matrix
subcontracted with Acme Flooring, Inc. to have flooring installed throughout the
building. When Matrix failed to make payments to Acme as agreed, Acme stopped
working. Commercial Bank, the lender for the project, orally promised Acme that
Commercial would pay whatever Matrix failed to pay Acme if Acme would resume
work. Acme finished the flooring but was still not paid. Which of the following is true
under the Statute of Frauds?
A. According to the primary objective test, Commercial Bank is not obliged to pay
Acme as the promise must be written and signed.
B. According to the primary objective test, since Commercial Bank's promise enhanced