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Jeff wanted to sell his motor boat. He offered it to Sally for $3700.

Jeff knew that he intended to remove some special water skiing equipment from the boat, which he planned to give to his best friend, Roger, but he never mentioned to Sally anything about his intention to remove the equipment.

[Is his Subjective Intent an issue here?]

The ski equipment is very commonly found on this type of boat, and was worth about $375. It was very loosely secured to the top of the boat, but not bolted or otherwise permanently attached to the boat.

[Does commonly help Sally or Jeff? Or can both use it as an argument? (Yes, they both can!) And ask the same question regarding loosely attached]

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