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When Maria comes home from work, she finds that her yard has been mowed and trimmed. An hour later, a man comes to her door to collect payment for the yard work. Maria refuses to pay him because she
has never seen him before nor had she hired him to do the work. Which of the following is accurate? A. This is an implied, unilateral contract, so she must pay. B. Maria has received unjust enrichment so a quasi contract is formed, so she must pay. C. The court would make Maria pay the reasonable cost of the work to be fair to both parties. D. Maria would not have to pay anything.
D. Maria would not have to pay anything. This is not a legally binding contract because it is missing the elements of offer, acceptance and mutual consideration.
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D. Maria would not have to pay anything.

This is not a legally binding contract because it is missing the elements of offer, acceptance and mutual consideration.
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