Question #1 (3 marks)
Ms. Grimes sent a communication to Mr. Howard, donation to vend him her collation of Canadian oil paintings. Her communication formal the following:
MEMO FROM: R. Grimes
TO: T. Howard
DATE: January 1, 2016
I hereby acquiesce to vend to T. Howard my whole collation of Canadian oil paintings (6 paintings in sum) for the sum of $1 darling. This adduce is public until Monday, January 4, 2016, at 9:00 a.m.
On Sunday, January 3, 2016, Ms. Grimes ruled to vend the paintings to her moneyed neighbour instead. Mr. Howard heard about the alleged sale following that similar day and rushed balance to Ms. Grimes stock, stating that he wished to recognize the adduce. Ms. Grimes smiled and said “Sorry, you’re too recent. I’ve sold to someone else.”
Is Ms. Grimes obligated to guard the adduce public until the ascertained season? What could Mr. Howard accept produced to reform guard his position?