• Modular Planner for Llb-Contract Law
    Module Planner LLB (Hons) Contract Law © Holborn College Ltd 2008 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, or stored in any retrieval system of any nature without...
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    Contract Act 1950 Sales of Good Act 1957 Element: 1. Offer and acceptance 2. Consideration 3. Intention to create legal relations 4. Certainty 5. Legal capacity 6. Free consent 7. Legality of the objects 8. Required formalities Element : 1. Price 2. Goods Section 2 Offer S.2(a):...
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    Q1….Nicky’s Novelties! Stilk vs Myrick Hartley v Ponsonby Carlill v Carbollic A contract is an agreement of two or more parties, each of whom intend to be legally bound. The contract must contain certain elements in order to be legally binding, such as, offer and acceptance by each party having...
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  • Business Law
    Remedies -Damages (monetary compensation), both general and special -Punitive damages may also be awarded -Accounting, injunction, specific performance Enforcement Judgment creditor must take further steps to collect -Examination in aid of execution ; Seizure of property ; -Garnishment of wages ...
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  • Blaw 601 Mid-Term Study Notes
    Types of Contracts: Unilateral -- offeree can accept only by completing the contract performance (promise for an act). Contract is formed when the contract is performed. Bilateral -- offeree can accept simply by promising to perform an act (promise for a promise). Formal -- requires a special...
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  • Commercial Law Summary
    Precedent – doctrine – similar cases elsewhere in other court TOPIC 2 – CONTRACTS FORMATION • Agreement – offer and acceptance o Offer – intention ▪ Supply of information – case Harvey v Facey (no contract) ▪ Invitation to treat – need to negotiate – Shop display Fisher V...
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  • Study Guide Exam 2 for Bul 3320
    accident * Negligence Per Se – violation of a statute that prohibits or requires a behavior in order to prevent harm to others; both duty of care and breach Know and be able to apply the reasonable person standard, including knowing what circumstances do and do not affect its application * Reasonable...
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    Landlord/tenant, zoning, and occupational safety boards LAW OF CONTRACTS Essential elements of a contract (6)- 1) offer, 2) Acceptance, 3) consideration, 4) Capacity, 5) Intention, 6) Legality Privity Rule- Both benefits and obligations under a contract are usually confined to the parties to it. Exceptions-...
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  • Contract
    B. I Term Paper – LB – 102 - Principles of Contract The law of contracts touches equally upon the lives of ordinary persons and the activities of small and big business. This branch of law deals with law relating to promises, their formation, performance and enforceability. It is scattered over several...
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    Kirat Lecturer : MS. Nadiah Suki Introduction This assignment will argue that this is a voidable contract and therefore the defendant is not obliged to deliver on their promise to the plaintiff. This is because of the terms in the agreement was not fulfill...
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  • Contract Law Bible (Uk Legal System)
    The Contract Law Bible Hey Guys. I worked really hard on this on the run up to the June exam last year. I found it really useful and so did the people in my class. Please feel free to pass this on to your friends who are studying contract law, but please don't pass it off as your own, or make any money...
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  • ACCT 2770 Notes Final Exam
    me;) Chapter 11: Agreement in Traditional and E-Contracts Introduction Agreement = offer and acceptance Parties must show mutual assent to terms of contract Once an agreement is reached, if the other elements of a contract are present, a valid contract is formed Requirements of the Offer Offeror’s...
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    Modules 3-6 – Contract Law Subject Notes Professor Stephen Graw Contents Module 3: Contract Law—Forming a Contract Introduction These notes outline the law of contract as it applies in Australia. As with most countries whose legal systems were inherited from Great Britain, Australia’s...
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  • Consumer Law
    Case Study Four: Deepdale Ice-Cream Q7. Law of Contract – Consideration LAURA MC NAMEE HNC DAY RELAESE COMMON LAW ASSIGNMENT ONE Index Introduction For Assignment One I have been asked to answer nine questions in relation to Contact Law, in doing so I have also been asked to: Explain...
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  • Law Rmc
    Individual Assignment | | Cheow Xue Yen U1010885L TUT 16 Associate Professor Valerie Du Toit-Low | | | | | | (a) In the contract between Holcim (Singapore) Pte Ltd (Appellant) and Precise Development Pte Ltd (Respondent), there are 3 important clauses that affected the case...
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  • International Business Law
    1.1 The employment of workers A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and an employee which sets out their employment rights, responsibilities and duties. A contract exists there must be an offer and acceptance and also have some elements like consideration, intention to create...
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  • BSP1004 Tutorial Answer
    company d) This is a civil matter as it is a private wrong that is not harmful to society. If there is a clause in the contract which states the damages liable for breach of contract, then S and T should go for arbitration. Since S is in Japan, this will be feasible as Japan is in the list of enforcement...
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    Legal Regulatory Framework Unit 1 Unit 1 Structure 1.1 Law of Contract – Indian Contract Act 1872. 1.1.1 Law – Its origin 1.1.2 Definition – Contract 1.1.3 Essentials of a Valid Contract 1.1.4 Classes of Contract 1.1.5 Questions 1.2 Offer or Proposal 1.2.1 Essentials of a Valid Offer 1.2.2 Questions...
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  • Commercial Law
    government itself power to carry on a program like levy taxes to build Case Law : Judge made law The common law remain bulk of private law and contract law system of courts – the organization of courts into a hierarchy that designates responsibilities of the court and determines the importance of...
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  • Contract Law
    INDIAN CONTRACT ACT, 1872 The Law of Contract Constitutes the most important branch of mercantile or commercial law. It affects everybody, more so, trade, commerce anq industry. It may be said that the contract is the foundation of the civilized world. The law relating to contract is governed...
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