Conduct invalidating assent
Upon demand made by Mary, John paid Mary ,500 for the damage to her barn. Mary mistakenly accused John's son, Mike, of negligently burning down her barn.Upon demand made by Mary, John paid Mary ,500 for the damage to her barn.11) and to discuss the legal principles from Ch 11 which apply.For your THIRD POST, you must ANSWER one of your classmates' created questions.John then sued Mary to recover the ,500 he had paid her. For your FIRST POST to this week's discussion question, you must answer one of the end-of-chapter questions.For your SECOND POST, you must draft (write) your own, CREATIVE "end of chapter" question which tests content SPECIFICALLY from the "conduct invalidating assent" concepts presented in Chapter 11.While you may use the questions at the end of the chapter as a basis for developing your own question, you may not simply change the names, dates, or event of any of the questions in the chapter!! Your question should not require a simple yes or no answer--it should require the answerer to identify the legal issue presented (which MUST come from Ch.
After making this payment, John learned that his son had not caused the burning of Mary's barn and was in no way responsible for its burning.
John then sued Mary to recover the ,500 he had paid her. Mary mistakenly accused John's son, Mike, of negligently burning down her barn.
Remember to IDENTIFY the legal ISSUE and discuss the legal PRINCIPLES which apply.
Also remember: your answer should be about one full paragraph in length.
Mary mistakenly accused John's son, Mike, of negligently burning down her barn.
John believed that his son was guilty of the wrong and that he, John, was personally liable for the damage, as Mike was only 15 yrs old.