Flashcards in Quiz 23-30 Deck (27):
Title warranties can be disclaimed...2
1 Only by specific language
2 which clearly indicates to buyer that there is disclaimer of
In order to have a contract 4 elements must be present
3 legal purpose
4 competent parties
According to the statute of frauds, a transfer of an interest in land...
Must generally be in writing
Under the statute of frauds, in a contract to sell land, and only one party puts their intentions in writing. The contract would...
Only be enforceable against the party that put their intentions in
Under the statute of frauds, in a contract to sell land, and only one party puts their intentions in writing. Oral acceptance by the buyer is...2
1 Only enforceable if buyer takes possession and/or
2 makes value able improvements on the land
Are multiple members allowed in an S-Corp?
A party with a collateralized negotiable promissory note, which had 2 prior endorsers, releases the collateral, what affect will releasing collateral have on the negotiable promissory note?
Party will not be able to receive payment from prior endorsers if
A party with a collateralized negotiable promissory note, which had 2 prior endorsers, releases the collateral, what are the endorsers known as?
A party with a collateralized negotiable promissory note, which had 2 prior endorsers, releases the collateral. The future holders (endorsers)...
Relied on the existence of the maker's collateral, so they can't be
Held liable for nonpayment of maker
Under Rule 505, Regulation D, the SEC...
SEC must be notified within 15 days of first sale of offering
Under Rule 505, Regulation D, the sale can be made to...
An unlimited number of accredited investors
Under Rule 505, Regulation D, general solicitation...
Is not permitted
Under Rule 505, Regulation D, only if investor is nonaccredited they must...
Be provided a prospectus
A holder in due course is a person who has...3
1 acquired a negotiable instrument for value
2 in good faith
3 without notice that debtor may have defenses to payment
UCC states a seller that is a merchant regularly dealing in goods of the kind warrants that...
Goods shall be delivered free of rightful claim of any third person
By way of infringement
When a contract contains a contingent clause that buyer will not be obligated to purchase the property if it is not rezoned to commercial zoning classification by the specified date.
If it is not rezoned by the specified date and buyer refuses to buy
Property, there is no breach of contract
Under both common law and statute law, every partner has the right to...
Inspect the books of the partnership
According to the Revised Uniform Partnership Act, a partnership shall provide access to its books and records to...3
1 partners and their agents
3 includes inactive partners
Securities from insurance companies are...
Regulated by the '33 Act
Securities issued by savings and loans and similar financial institutions are...
Exempt from regulation of the '33 act
When a party merely signs their name on the back of a check, that has the effect of...
Converting the paper into a bearer instrument
When a party merely signs their name on the back of a check and puts the words without recourse under their name...
Does not change the bearer quality of his endorsement
If an individual takes possession of the paper, the legal implication of without recourse endorsement is...
Limited to that endorser avoiding contractual liability on the paper
Avoiding contractual liability, from endorser writing "without recourse"
Endorser won't pay if earlier parties on the instrument will not pay
Since the paper is bearer paper, negotiation may be completed...
By mere delivery
A qualified endorsement ("without recourse") does not...
Does not render the instrument nonnegotiable