Laurie is planning a reception for her parents’ 5th wedding anniversary. She and her parents keep kosher, which
means they follow dietary laws prescribed by the Jewish religion. She decided to hold the anniversary party at the
Westside Party House because the manager, under pressure to increase sales, told Laurie the Party House serves
kosher food. They enter into a contract. Laurie later discovers that the Party House does not serve kosher food.
a. If Laurie cancels her contract with the Party House and holds the party elsewhere, will she be liable to the
Party House for breach of contract? Why or why not?
b. Does the fraud committed by the Party House void the contract OR make it voidable? Explain your answer.