Ajayi V Briscoe Essays and Term Papers

  • Contract Law

    By the case of Hughes v Metropolitan Railway Co the doctrine of Promissory Estoppel was establish and the derivation of modern doctrine of it is to be found in the The doctrine of Promissory Estoppel was first developed but was lost for some time until it was resurrected by Lord Denning in the leading...

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  • Consideration

    promise by one party to a contract that constitutes the price for which he buys the promise of the other (Dunlop V Selfridges). Consideration is confering a benefit or suffering a detriment (Currle V Misa)Consideration is essential to the validity of any contract other than one made by deed. Without consideration...

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  • acct b law note

    is the house that I am going to sell to you?) ii. Property (the seller has to show the buyer the goods or to describe them briefly: Hillas & Co Ltd v Arcos Ltd [1932] All ER Rep 494). * Under the Sale of Goods Ordinance (cap.26 of the Laws of Hong Kong), the buyer is required to pay a reasonable...

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  • Kah Kha Kah

    the promise of B to accept part-payment. This is because he is already bound to pay the full amount, an agreement based on the same principle as Stilk v Myrick (1809). It also protects a creditor from the economic duress of his debtor. In Pinnel's Case (1602), Cole owed Pinnel £8-10s-0d (£8.50) which...

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  • Quoted Companies' Registrars in Nigeria

    | CORPORATE DIAMOND LTD OKOI ARIKPO HOUSE 5, IDOWU TAYLOR ST. V/I LAGOS |QUOTED COMPANIES MANAGED BY REGISTRAR | |·  CHARTERED...

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  • Biz Law 101 Notes

    offer without any quantification. Unilateral Contracts In a unilateral contract, the offeror may not know the offeree’s identity immediately. Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. (1892)[p57] – Although the offer is made to the world, the contract is made is that limited portion of the public who came forward...

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  • Business Law

    makes an offer to the whole world Only offeror makes a conditional promise Upon acceptance (by doing the act), unilateral contract is formed Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. (1892) – Although the offer is made to the world, the contract is made is that limited portion of the public who came forward...

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  • Notes of Commercial Law

    idem. | | |Wellmix Organics (International) Pte Ltd v Lau Yu Man (2006) , | | |T2 Networks Pte Ltd v Nasioncom Sdn Bhd (2008) ...

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  • Protecting Nigerian Investors

    pace and use of legal rigmaroles in frustrating enforcement investors’ protection laws in Nigeria, compared with the American legal system, using AJAYI v SEC as reference. It concludes that (a) Nigerian courts should employ their power to sanction lawyers and litigants more proactively; (b) specialised...

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  • Rfgc

    the idea of three branches of government. 13. Suppose Briscoe Cole is found not guilty of murder in a fair jury trial. Later, evidence comes to light that Briscoe may have been guilty. Under the _______ principle of the Fifth Amendment, Briscoe can't be tried again for that same crime. A. impeachment...

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  • equity and trust

    having only one meaning. The second possible approach is to split the phrase into three and consider each part separately. (See Speed Ag. C.J. in Lewis v. Bankole (1908) 1 N.L.R. 81.) However, attempt to examine the impossibility implicit in the second approach seems to be a fruitless academic exercise...

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  • Equity

    having only one meaning. The second possible approach is to split the phrase into three and consider each part separately. (See Speed Ag. C.J. in Lewis v. Bankole (1908) 1 N.L.R. 81.) However, attempt to examine the impossibility implicit in the second approach seems to be a fruitless academic exercise...

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  • Medical Unit

    Before the handling over, the out going coordinator appreciated our corporation during his tenure as the unit leader, he then handed over to Mrs. Nelson .V as the new unit leader, Mr. Uzoma as her assistant who was unavoidably absent. The new coordinator, Mrs. Nelson said that she thank God for is...

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  • Career Choice

    Educational Studies Volume 3, Issue 1 February 2011 WORK ENVIRONMENT AS CORRELATE OF ACADEMIC STAFF JOB PERFORMANCE IN SOUTH WEST NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES AJAYI, ISAAC A., AWOSUSI, OMOJOLA O., AROGUNDADE, BUKOLA B., EKUNDAYO, HAASTRUP T. PARENTS’ SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND ITS EFFECT IN STUDENTS’ EDUCATIONAL...

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  • Case Control Study of the Effect of Economic Stabilty

    by these authors * Young, B. * Briscoe, J. PubMed related articles * Case-control studies of the effect of environmental sanitation on diarrhoea morbidity: methodological implications of field studies in Africa and Asia. Briscoe J, Baltazar J, Young B. Int J Epidemiol. 1988...

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  • Nformation and Communication Technology and Education:

    ICT equipment, and even low involvement in software development. In fact, New York City has higher Internet connectivity than the whole of Africa (Ajayi, 2002; Hall, 1998). The seeming backwardness of the African continent in ICT necessitated a continent-wide initiative, the African Information Society...

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  • Monetary

    Monetary Policy and Bank Performance in Nigeria: A Two-Step Cointegration Approach AJAYI, Felix O.* ATANDA, Akinwande A.† * [Corresponding Author], [Department of Economics, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria], [foajayifo@yahoo...

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  • Evaluate the Prospects for Sub-Saharan Africa in 2025

    inferior in the global political field (Okumu, 2002: 23), has experienced a period of considerable economic growth and development (Aderinwale and Ajayi, 2010: 1; Manson, 2012), but there is still a long way to go (Brown, 2012: 1889-90; Schmidt, 2008: 23). If development continues in a similar trend...

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  • Juvenile Offenders

    A. Counseling for families at high risk need to occur. B. Parenting and social skills need to be incorporated. C. Parents held more accountable. V. Aftercare programs have not been successful A. Follow up on released juvenile offenders has not made a difference. B. More aftercare programs need...

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  • Quality Assurance as the Demand for Accountability in Primary Schools in Nigeria

    effective participation in and contribution to the life of the society; iv. To mould the character and develop sound attitude and morals in the child; v. To develop in the child the ability to adapt to the child’s changing environment; vi. To give the child opportunities for developing manipulative...

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