I would, but I haven't thought about unilateral contracts in 2 years...::feels old::
titcr. You should all come to Michigan. Our blacks our kind and welcoming.
Yes, those are good questions. Here is what I have in my old class notes:· Rest. § 45 IMPORTANT ○ (1) Where an offer invites an offeree to accept by rendering a performance and does not invite a promissory acceptance, an option contract is created when the offeree tenders or begins the invited performance or tenders a beginning of it ○ (2) The offeror's duty of performance under any option contract so created is conditional on completion or tender of the invited performance in accordance with the terms of the offer. ○ Comment (f): Preparations for Performance: What is begun or tendered must be part of the actual performance invited in order to preclude revocation under this Section. Beginning preparations…is not enough. ○ Every state follows it ○ Most important after § 90 ○ (1) where there is a clear unilateral contract ○ An option contract - the offeror can no longer revoke once the offeree starts performance, though the offeree can chose whether or not to perform § Not preparations for performance ○ (2) If, for instance, the offer stipulates that you have to be finished by Oct. 31, do I have to pay you if you finish on Nov. 1? No. (check on this) ○ What does it mean to tender? § Raising the money and showing up at the door is not enough □ Also not beginning performance □ Petterson would probably come out the same § An offer to perform consisting of the production of the sum due, with a physical handing over □ He has to tender the entire amount for there to be a contract