The Statute of Frauds lists the essential elements to plead a prima facie case of criminal fraud. True False Under the Statute of Frauds, the…

The Statute of Frauds lists the essential elements to plead a prima facie case of criminal fraud.

 True

 False

Under the Statute of Frauds, the following are true: (a) fraud is illegal, (b) all contracts must be in writing to be enforceable, and (c) the parole evidence rule is inoperative.

 True

 False

Oral testimony which indicates that one of the parties intentionally misrepresented a material fact during the negotiation of the relevant written contract is not admissible in a court of law.

 True

 False

A person who is not in privity of a contract with a party to the contract can enforce it, if he or she is a donee beneficiary of the contract.

 True

False

The primary purpose of the parole evidence rule is to reduce to writing certain types of oral contracts.

 True

 False

Under the parole evidence rule, a judge will overrule an objection based on the proferred testimony of a witness that the witness, as a contracting party, signed the contract based on the plaintiff’s fraudulent inducements.

True

 False

Oral testimony which contradicts the terms of a written integrated document is not admissible under the statute of frauds.

True

 False

An obligee can always refuse performance from a delegatee unless a term in the contract provides for delegation of duties.

 True

 False

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