Coursework Writing-Do you believe contracts should be more flexible to allow for changes in the terms of the agreement when conditions change?
In many other countries, contracts aren’t as strictly construed and don’t contain all of the terms of an agreement as they do in the United States. Often, business people from other countries complain that U.S. contracts are viewed too formally. Generally, contract law in the U.S. requires all parties to a contract to continue to perform the contract even when conditions have changed and make it more difficult for one party to continue to perform. Do you believe contracts should be more flexible to allow for changes in the terms of the agreement when conditions change? Or, do you believe the terms of a contract should be viewed as an absolute irrespective of any change in conditions? Explain your answer. PF Blue + Charcoal PF Blue + White
. John is in the process of buying a new house. He looks on the Internet for some furnishings he believes he will need for the house. He finds exactly what he is looking for on the shopforit.com website. The website even allows him to finance his purchase; all he has to do is to complete a short application and accept the terms of the financing by clicking on the “I Accept” button. John is so excited about finding what he is looking for that he quickly fills out the application and, without reading the financing terms, he clicks on the “I Accept” button. Two weeks later, John is in a store looking for other items for his home and he finds exactly the same thing that he had previously purchased but for less money and with much better financing terms. John e-mails shopforit.com and tells them he wants to cancel his purchase. Can John cancel his purchase with shopforit.com? Explain.