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-Greg, a salesperson for Home Improvement Center, tells

Irena, ?This is the best floor sander I?ve ever seen.? This statement is?
-a.?a warranty of title.
-b.?an express warranty.
-c.?puffery.
-d.?an implied warranty.

-Fact Pattern 18-1
-?Daily Bread Bakeries, Inc., contracts to buy all of its ingredient requirements for bread making, at a certain minimum per year, from Enriched Flour & Grain Corporation for six years. After three years, Daily Bread tells Enriched that it plans to sell its assets to Flat Bread Shops, Inc. Flat Bread refuses to assure Enriched that it will continue Daily Bread?s contract.
-Refer to Fact Pattern 18-1. Enriched can
-a.?assign its rights under the contract but cannot terminate it.
-b.?do nothing.
-c.?terminate the contract and seek damages.
-d.?suspend performance under the contract until Enriched is fully paid.

-?Band Instruments, Inc., sells seventy-six trombones to Community & School Band Source, Inc. To avoid liability for most implied warranties, Band Instruments should state in writing that the trombones are sold
-a.?as is.
-b.?in perfect condition.
-c.?with no known defects.
-d.?by a merchant.

-?Gold Medical Supply Company and Home & Hospice Care, Inc., enter into a contract for a sale of health care equipment and supplies. Under either a shipment contract or a destination contract, the seller must
-a.?deliver the goods to a particular destination.
-b.?allow the buyer to reject the goods for any reason.
-c.?give the buyer any necessary documents of title.
-d.?place the goods into the hands of a carrier.

-?Dependable Appliances, Inc., and Elaine enter into a contract for a sale of kitchen appliances. Dependable, a merchant who deals in goods of the kind sold, notes that its goods come with an implied warranty of merchantability. Under the UCC, this means that the goods are reasonably
-a.?the best quality that money can buy.
-b.?suitable for resale at an acceptable price.
-c.?fit for the ordinary purpose for which such goods are used.
-d.?fit for the buyer?s particular purpose.

-Freddi buys bike shoes from Get n? Gear Store, telling the clerk that she wants the shoes to compete in High Pace Triathlon. The shoes break apart during the competition, causing Freddi to be injured in a fall. Get n? Gear most likely breached?
-a.?an express warranty.
-b.?an implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.
-c.?an implied warranty of merchantability.
-d.?a warranty of title.

-Hydro Source Company contracts to sell pumps, tanks, and water storage systems to InFlo Irrigation, Inc. Before the goods are delivered, InFlo indicates that it will not be able to pay. Hydro Source can?
-a.?resell the goods and recover any damages from InFlo.
-b.?do nothing.
-c.?require InFlo to find a buyer for the goods.
-d.?force InFlo to accept and pay for the goods.

-Fact Pattern 18-1
-?Daily Bread Bakeries, Inc., contracts to buy all of its ingredient requirements for bread making, at a certain minimum per year, from Enriched Flour & Grain Corporation for six years. After three years, Daily Bread tells Enriched that it plans to sell its assets to Flat Bread Shops, Inc. Flat Bread refuses to assure Enriched that it will continue Daily Bread?s contract.
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-?Refer to Fact Pattern 18-1. Flat Bread?s refusal is
-a.?an assignment of Daily Bread?s rights under the contract.
-b.?a repudiation of the contract.
-c.?a justified response based on Flat Bread?s relation to the contract.
-d.?a reasonable suspension of performance under the contract.

-?MotorCo Inc. makes and sells auto parts to retail repair services, vehicle sales outlets, and consumer parts stores. On one MotorCo box is a label that reads ?Contains one gross (144) sparkplugs, assorted sizes.? This statement is
-a.?none of the choices.
-b.?an implied warranty of merchantability.
-c.?an implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.
-d.?an express warranty.

-?Vehicle Wholesale Company and Walt?s Retail Motors enter into a contract for a sale of used cars. Vehicle Wholesale assures Walt?s that it has valid title to the vehicles. Under the UCC, warranties of title arise
-a.?only if the seller expresses such a warranty.
-b.?only in conjunction with lease contracts, not sales contracts.?
-c.?only if the buyer asks for such a warranty.
-d.?automatically in most sales contracts.

 


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