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DISCUSSION POST MUST BE 10+ SENTENCES AND THE PEER REVIEW MUST BE 7+ SENTENCES PLEASE USE YOUR OWN WORDS AND DO NOT COPY FROM OTHER SITES STAY ON TOPIC ,BE POSITIVE , AND DO NOT COMMENT ON GRAMMAR ERRORS. TALK DIRECTLY TO CLASSMATES IN PEER REVIEWS!!!

1) DISCUSSION QUESTION

In some ways contracts can be very easy to enter into. In fact, we often enter into agreements simply by our actions.

For example, many businesses place small notices near their entryways warning that by entering the building you consent to video recording or by parking in a specific lot you agree that the lot owner is not liable should anything happen to your car (even if you paid to park there).

Are these agreements valid?

Should individuals be held to agreements even if they did not know about them?

Use specific details about contract formation and performance in your response.

2) PEER REVIEW #1(FELICIA)

I believe that in order for this to be an agreement the business owner must first make sure that the sign is large enough and covers different languages for all individuals to see and understand giving the individuals the opportunity to either continue or choose differently. If the individual proceeds to either park or enter the business after seeing the sign then the offer was made to park or enter the business with these stipulations if they choose to continue then they just accepted the offer and entered into a non-verbal agreement to follow the posted rules of the business, therefore, the business will not be liable if anything occurs.


3) PEER REVIEW #2 (TANYA)

Yes, I do believe it is a valid agreement because it is most of the time there is a sign posted as you enter the garage or parking lot posted on a pole or a building. Even though you did not sign anything, the notice which is in writing is legality that the parking garage owner believes it will hold up in the court of law. You pay to park your car; the fee does not go toward liability insurance for parking in the garage or parking lot. The customer is accepting the term by parking their vehicle in the garage. The owner will not be liable for damage or stolen items that were placed in your vehicle. If an item was stolen or vandalize the police has the right to use the parking garage camera to view. The agreement is a unilateral performance contract because the owner is offering to let various customers park their cars for a set fee. The contract is signed by management, and the sign is posted and visible for everyone to read. Once the offeree accepts the terms of the agreement by paying a fee and entering into the garage or parking lot for an unspecified amount of time, the customer can reject the offer from the offeror by not accepting the terms and parking their car somewhere else. Paying a set fee, the owner of the car is leasing the parking space and is responsible for any damages. When you purchase a car, one needs to purchase insurance that covers, theft and damages. However, in a bailment transaction, if a customer gives their keys to a valet or parking operator, that person has the duty o store the car safely and securely. If that person damages the car while parking it than the company will be liable.

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