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26 June, 09:11

Niels owned three adjoining parcels of land in Arizona. Hannah wanted to buy one. Over dinner, the two sketched and signed this agreement: "Binding Contract: Niels agrees to sell one of his three Arizona lots to Hannah. Within 14 days, the parties will meet on the land, decide which lot Hannah is buying, and settle on a price. If they cannot agree on a price, they will decide a fair method of doing so. Both parties agree to be bound by this contract." Later, Niels refused to sell any land, and Hannah sued. What will happen?

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  1. 26 June, 11:03
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    Hannah will lose her suit.

    Explanation:

    Niels and Hannah did not have a binding deal. They did not decide on a specific lot of land or on a price. It is never even decided how the two of them will decide on a fair method of agreeing on the price. Don't be fooled by words like binding contract. The terms are too vague and therefore Hannah will ultimately lose the case.
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