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Bar Practice Question for January 21st

On June 1, a businessman agreed in writing to sell to a baker a special oven that reaches interior temperatures up to 600 degrees for the baker's new restaurant. Delivery was to be made on Aug. 15. Payment was to be made on Sept. 1. The oven was delivered on time and, upon preliminary inspection, seemed conforming. The baker accepted the oven and paid the businessman on Sept. 1. When the oven was installed by the baker's contractor on Sept. 10, the baker discovered that very small cracks in the oven walls, which were undetectable until the oven was heated, permitted heat to escape so that it could not be heated to more than 500 degrees. The baker could not use the oven for its intended purposes.

Which of the following best describes the baker's rights on Sept. 11?

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