1. D Farrell’s offer was for a unilateral contract — his promise to pay in return for Stuart’s postponing the wedding. When Stuart postponed the wedding, he accepted Farrell’s offer, and a contract was formed.
Some cases have held that an agreement never to marry violates public policy, but there is no reason why an agreement to postpone a marriage would do so. A is, therefore, incorrect. B is incorrect because Farrell’s promise was to pay if Stuart postponed the wedding. His language did not make payment conditional upon Stuart’s registration for a second year. Although an offer terminates upon the death of the offeror, C is incorrect because Stuart accepted the offer by postponing the wedding, and once accepted, an offer is no longer revocable.