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Final Review: Chapter 9. Brook Wampole Mrs. Cole Law 2013-14. True or False. Ratification can never occur before the age of majority to contract. . True. Emancipated minors may lose the power to disaffirm their contracts. . True.

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Final review chapter 9

Final Review: Chapter 9

Brook Wampole

Mrs. Cole

Law 2013-14


True or false

True or False

  • Ratification can never occur before the age of majority to contract.


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  • True


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  • Emancipated minors may lose the power to disaffirm their contracts.


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  • True


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  • In most jurisdictions, even if a minor cannot return everything that was received under a contract, the minor will receive back everything she or he put into the bargain.


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  • True


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  • Minors are not usually liable for their torts.


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  • True


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  • As soon as a person reaches the age of majority the legal power to disaffirm a contract is immediately ended.


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  • False


Multiple choice

Multiple Choice

  • Parties who may, because of their status, have the right to disaffirm a contract include

    • A. minors

    • B. the mentally incapacitated

    • C. the intoxicated

    • D. all of these


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  • D all of these


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  • Which of the following would most likely not be classified as a necessary?

    • A. an apartment

    • B. clothes

    • C. cosmetics

    • D. food


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  • C. cosmetics


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  • Contracts of a minor that cannot be disaffirmed include

    • A. court-approved contracts

    • B. enlistment in the armed services

    • C. educational loans

    • D. all of these


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  • D. all of these


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  • Which of the following is not evidence of informal emancipation?

    • A. a minor marries

    • B. a minor gives birth

    • C. a minor buys a car

    • D. a minor moves out of the family home


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  • C. a minor buys a car


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  • All contracts by a party held to be permanently insane by a court are

    • A. valid but must be ratified by the party’s guardian

    • B. voidable

    • C. void

    • D. reviewed by a court


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  • C. void


Completion

Completion

  • Grant, a 16-year old high school student, quit school and took a full-time job. His actions are evidence of informal _______.


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  • emancipation


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  • Latriceis only 13 years old, but once she signs a court-approved contract she cannot ________ it.


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  • disaffirm


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  • Food, clothing and shelter are all classified as _________ for those who lack capacity.


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  • necessaries


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  • When a contract for necessaries is disaffirmed by a party lacking capacity, they still must pay a(n) _________ amount for those necessaries.


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  • reasonable


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  • Minors can disaffirm their contracts during their minority and for a reasonable period of time after attaining their ________.


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  • majority


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