RE Fundamentals 11

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    1) If the party who has the option to disaffirm a voidable contract does so within the period prescribed by law, the courts will consider the contract valid.
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    2) Pennsylvania has a law to protect consumers from making contracts they do NOT understand by promoting the use of plain language in contracts for borrowing money.
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    3) In Pennsylvania, a party may sue up to two years from the date a contract is breached, according to the statute of limitations.
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    4) An express contract must be in writing.
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    5) Novation is a transfer of rights and/or duties under a contract.
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    6) A real estate sales contract is a bilateral contract.
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    7) To evidence that something of value was given in exchange for the promise made, there must be a definite statement of consideration in the contract.
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    8) A contract must be in writing to be enforceable.
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    9) A contract may be either void or voidable due to the doctrine of reality of consent.
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    10) A contract could be breached if the parties fail to meet their obligations by certain dates when those dates are specified as "time is of the essence."

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