Milo Files a Suit Against Nisa Corporation Under the Doctrine
Milo files a suit against Nisa Corporation under the doctrine of promissory estoppel.Milo must show that
A) Milo justifiably refused to ful fill a promise to Nisa.
B) Milo justifiably relied on Nisa's promise to his detriment.
C) Nisa justifiably refused to ful fill a promise to Milo.
D) Nisa justifiably relied on Milo's promise to its detriment.
Marketing Solutions Inc.promises to employ Niki as a software engineer.In reliance on the promise,Niki quits her job with Online Ad Company,but Marketing Solutions does not hire her.Most likely,Marketing Solutions is
A) liable to Niki under the concept of rescission and new contract.
B) liable to Niki under the doctrine of promissory estoppel.
C) liable to Niki under the preexisting duty rule.
D) not liable to Niki.
Claudia pledges to donate $10,000 to Disaster Relief & Recovery Inc.(DR&R).On the basis of the pledge,DR&R orders additional supplies.If Claudia does not fulfill the pledge,a court may enforce it
A) under the preexisting duty rule.
B) on the basis of unforeseen difficulties.
C) as an illusory promise.
D) under the doctrine of promissory estoppel.
Dean,the president of Billing & Credit Company,promises to pay his employee Ewing,who is dangerously obese,$10 for every pound that he loses within the next two years.Ewing agrees,diets and exercises,loses 154 pounds,and asks Dean for $1,540.Dean refuses to pay,saying that he does not remember the promise,but that even if he did make it,there was no consideration,and Ewing's improved health is a sufficient benefit for his effort and sacrifice.Ewing files a suit against Dean.In whose favor is the court likely to rule,and why?