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Under the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, tender of performance is: A. The actual completion of a party’s obligations under the contract. B. The offer to
complete the performance of contractual duties made by a party who is willing and able to perform. C. A party’s agreement to perform D. A party’s unequivocal indication of intent to perform.
Under the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, tender of performance is: B. The offer to complete the performance of contractual duties made by a party who is willing and able to perform.
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Under the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, tender of performance is: B. The offer to complete the performance of contractual duties made by a party who is willing and able to perform.
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