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    Identify two instances where you enter into a contract on a daily basis that is not necessarily in writing. Should a gratuity in a restaurant be a contract? Is a unilateral contract formed when restaurants demand a tip of "18% for parties of 8 or more

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    *Identify two instances where you enter into a contract on a daily basis that is not necessarily in writing.

    (1) Going to a hair or nail salon for services; services are rendered; and therefore one is obligated or contracted to pay for services received.
    (2) Going to a restaurant, sitting down at a table where food is served (implied contract); ordering food and eating or drinking; therefore, one is obligated or contracted to render payment ...

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    The solution identifies two instances where you enter into a contract on a daily basis that is not necessarily in writing. Whether gratuity in a restaurant should be a contract.

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