You are looking to buy a motorcycle, despite your spouse’s strong objections. On Saturday morning you go to Jerry’s Motorcycle Shop. There you see the motorcycle of your dreams. It is a two-year-old beauty which Jerry can tell you really want to own. He offers to sell it to you for $15, 500. You hesitate, knowing you really need to discuss it with “she who must be obeyed.” When you don’t return by Monday, Jerry sends you a letter telling you that he will hold the offer open until the following Friday. On Thursday morning, a customer comes in and agrees to buy that motorcycle for $16,000, and Jerry sells him the motorcycle. On Friday morning, you come in to accept his offer, only to find that the motorcycle has been sold. Can you bring a successful action against Jerry for selling the motorcycle to another? Explain your answer.

You are looking to buy a motorcycle, despite your spouse’s strong objections. On Saturday morning you go to Jerry’s Motorcycle Shop. There you see the motorcycle of your dreams. It is a two-year-old beauty which Jerry can tell you really want to own. He offers to sell it to you for $15, 500. You hesitate, knowing you really need to discuss it with “she who must be obeyed.” When you don’t return by Monday, Jerry sends you a

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