• Intention to Create Legal Relationship
    within a reasonable time period, depending on circumstances. An example regarding the issue of acceptance can be found in the case of Ignatius v. Bell [1913] 2 FMSLR 115. ...
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  • Pika
    ; and b) as against X (acceptor), when the letter is received by Y. Case: Ignatius v. Bell [1913] 2 FMLSR 115 Facts: Plaintiff sent a notice of acceptance by registered post in Klang on August 16, 1912 but it was not delivered till the evening of August 25. The letter had...
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  • Commercial Law Issues
    of Ignatius v Bell [1913] 2 FMSLR 115, held that the option was duly exercised by the plaintiff when the letter was posted on August 16. The proposer is bound once the letter of acceptance is post by the acceptor; the acceptor is not bound until the letter of acceptance reaches the proposer. The...
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  • Contract Act 1950 of Malaysia
    Shipping Ltd. [1995] CLC 1011. Adams v. Lindsell [1818] 1 B & Ald 681. Ignatius v. Bell [1913] 2 F MSLR 115. Holwell Securities Ltd. v. Hughes [1914] 1 WLR 155. Errington v. Errington [1952] 1 KB290. Percy Trentham Ltd. v. Archital Luxfer Ltd. [1993] 1 LIoyd’s Rep 25. The Brimines [1975] QB 929...
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  • Notes
    Court cases
Legal Tender cases, Minor vs. Happensett, Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad Company v. Illinois, E. C. Knight Company case, Pollock v. Farmer's Loan & Trust Company, and In Re Debs. 929. Supreme Court: Legal Tender cases
1870, 1871 - A series of cases that challenged whether the paper...
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  • Business Law
    acceptance is complete upon posting as been cited in paragraph (a) subsection 4(2). Case referred Ignatius v Bell [1913] 2 FMSLR 115. But in this case, we did not know when Kim post the letter to Ana, so there is no acceptance. Ana also can argue saying the letter reaches her after she sold the vase to...
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  • S.4 Contract Act
    proposer, when it is put in a course of transmission to him, so as to be out of the power of the acceptor; and(Case Ignatius v Bell and also Byrne v Van Tienhoven) (b) As against the acceptor, when it comes to the knowledge of the proposer. 4(3) The communication of a revocation is complete – (a...
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  • Evaluate and Compare Two of the the Five Major Approaches to Psychology
    an ‘introvert’ or ‘extravert’ personality type. Criticism has been levelled at how data is gathered by practitioners of the psychodynamic approach. That it is based on qualitative rather then quantitative data, primarily single case studies and the analysts own interpretation of each case rather...
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  • Law of Contract Study Guide
    communication ➢ Entores Ltd v Miles Far East Corp ➢ Brinkibon Ltd v Stahag Stahl MBH ➢ Sec 4 (2) (a) (b) ➢ Adams v. Lindsell ➢ Ignatius v. Bell 5. Revocation of Acceptance > Sec 5 (2) Contracts Act 1950...
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  • Lord
    where particular topics are treated. NOTE: The content of the online Catholic Encyclopedia dates from 1913. While it contains valuable historical information, readers should consult more current sources for updated scholarship. Online chronology: Dates and Events in Catholic History, 1st Century to...
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  • At&T Case Analysis
    . Demographic trends – For a long time, AT & T was virtually monopoly on local and long distance service. After the antitrust threats in 1913, AT & T allows competitors to interconnect with the Bell System. It does not stop AT & T's rapid growth. The penetration of telephone service into American household...
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  • Hellen
    friends with many famous figures, including Alexander Graham Bell,Charlie Chaplin and Mark Twain. Keller was a member of the Socialist Party and actively campaigned and wrote in support of theworking class from 1909 to 1921. She supported Socialist Party candidate Eugene V. Debs in each of his campaigns...
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  • legislation
    to correct when it enacted the particular statute. This allows the court to ascertain the true intention of Parliament. Cases of this rule include: Heydon's case (1584) R. v. George Green (1969-70) Black Clawson v. Papierwerke (1975) Vacher v London Society of Compositions (1913) The...
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  • Ap Us History Review
    1930: Hawley-Smoot Tariff 37 SUPREME COURT CASES 1803: Marbury v. Madison 1819: McCulloch v. Maryland 1832: Worcestor v. Georgia 1857: Dred Scott v. Sanford 1876: Munn v. Illinois 1886: Wabash v. Illinois 1896: Plessy v. Ferguson 1919: Schenck v. United States 1935...
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  • This is it
    companions as missionaries around Europe to create schools, colleges, and seminaries. Juan de Vega, the ambassador of Charles V at Rome had met Ignatius there. Esteeming him and the Jesuits, when Vega was appointed Viceroy of Sicily he brought Jesuits with him. A Jesuit college was opened at Messina...
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  • ‘Behaviourists Explain Maladaptive Behaviour in Terms of the Learning Principles That Sustain and Maintain It. Discuss This Statement and Show How a Behaviourists Approach to Therapy Is in Stark Contrast to a Psychoanalytic One’
    John B. Watson who believed that behavior had the means to be measured, trained and changed (1913) The Behavioural theory is firstly based on experiment and secondly by describing how human behaviour is learnt through principles and rules. Maladaptive behaviour is when an individual is unable to adjust...
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  • The Human Impact on the Global History of Climate Change
    fact warming. Since the early 2000s, data has shown the earth is once again cooling. According to NASA, sunspots are on the decline: out of the 365 calendar days in 2008, 266 where sunspot free. This was thought to be an all time low since 1913, however an awesome 87% of the days of 2009 were...
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  • Teacher'R Role in Classroom Management
    Ignatius Lundy 20112135 Why is teacher‟s role in classroom management important? Teacher‟s role in classroom management is important due to the fact that teacher‟s performance affects student‟s achievement and behaviour. It is a fact that effective teachers can alter the result of their student...
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  • A.P. U.S. History Term Packet
    Union Unions formed by groups of skilled craftsmen. 472. Commonwealth v. Hunt 1842 - Case heard by the Massachusetts supreme court. The case was the first judgment in the U.S. that recognized that the conspiracy law is inapplicable to unions and that strikes for a closed shop are legal. Also...
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  • Notorious Contemporary Response
    so called naturalness arouse because she refused to alter her appearance in order to obtain a more glamorous look. Her “innocent beauty” was often noticeable in each role she took, and was never downplayed or hidden, which was very much the case throughout her role in Notorious. She was known in...
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