The Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) is the multiple-choice section of the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE). It's a six-hour examination featuring 200 multiple-choice questions, testing examinees' abilities to apply fundamental legal principles and reasoning to given fact patterns.
Such a comprehensive exam demands an equally rigorous preparation regimen. Besides enrolling in a bar review course, the most effective study method for the Multistate Bar Exam is to answer practice questions.
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A seller and a buyer entered into a written agreement in which the seller agreed to fabricate and sell to the buyer 1,000 specially designed, custom and unique widgets. The contract required the buyer to pay half of the purchase price upon signing the contract with the balance to be paid upon delivery. The buyer tendered half of the purchase price to the seller on signing, but two weeks prior to the delivery date, the seller notified the buyer that he would not perform the contract.
Which of the following is NOT a correct statement of the parties’ legal status immediately after seller’s notice of non-performance?
(A) The buyer has a cause of action for total breach of contract due to seller’s repudiation, but that cause of action will be lost if the seller retracts his repudiation before buyer either changes his position or manifests to the seller that he considers the repudiation final.
(B) The buyer can bring suit to rescind the contract even if he elects to await the seller’s performance for a commercially reasonable time.
(C) The buyer can await the seller’s performance for a commercially reasonable time, but if buyer delays beyond that period, it cannot recover any resulting damages that it reasonably could have avoided.
(D) The buyer has a cause of action for breach of contract, but it must afford the seller a commercially reasonable time to perform.
The Answer is D.
The buyer does not have to give the seller a commercially reasonable time to perform the contract. The seller’s notice of non-performance constitutes an unequivocal repudiation of the contract, and the buyer has an immediate cause of action for total breach of the contract.
Therefore, choices (A), (B), and (C), each of which are correct statements of law, are incorrect choices here.