This is a question relating to contract law
Linda offered to sell Rick her 50-inch TV for $2,000. Rick sent Linda an e-mail message accepting the offer but asked if he could pay Linda in four equal monthly installments of $500. Linda did not acknowledge Rick's email. She later sold the TV to someone else. Rick purchased another TV for $3,000 and sued Linda for the difference in the cost. Will Rick be successful and why?
To be enforceable contract there must be a offer and acceptance
The office must be certain and definite which in the case it is certain t and definite the linda will sell her 50 Inch TV for $ 2000 and
Acceptance must be absolute and unqualified and acceptance must not conditional here the rick accepted the contract with a condition that he will pay in four monthly installment
Therefore there is an absence of acceptance to the offer of Linda therefore there contract is not enforceable in the law
Therefore Risk will not successful
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