• Consumer Protection
    regard as adequate, taking into consideration the cost and any description. 3. Elements of quality include fitness for objective, freedom from insignificant defects, appearance and finish, stability and security. 4. It is the salesman, not the manufacturer, who is liable if products do not comply...
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  • Property Outline
    . | On jacket is table of contents w/notice at bottom in capital letters to read new policy; inside booklet, each change is set off from the others. | Weisz v. Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.94 | Ps bought art at auction, but forgeries. Disclaimer in auction house catalog, “Conditions of Sale” | Auction...
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  • history
    Mr Patel's details, and agreed to finance the purchase of the car, letting the crook drive away. Subsequently Mrs Hudson bought the car from the crook. The crook disappeared. Then Shogun Finance, who had predictably never been paid, found Mrs Hudson and sued to retrieve the car. A bare majority in...
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  • Construction Contract
    the failure rate of materials and equipment increases over time, even for materials and equipment that were new and free from defects when installed. Material fatigue, cosmic rays striking computer chips and numerous other uncontrollable (and sometimes unidentifiable) factors cause the risk of...
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  • Influence of Music
    heritage to the American environment. Dealing with themes of personal adversity, overcoming hard luck, and other emotional turmoil, the blues is a 12-bar musical form with a call-and-response format between the singer and his guitar. Originating in the Mississippi Delta, just upriver from New Orleans...
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  • Class Notes
    $53,000 • Exclusion clause: seller not liable for misreps (Page 20) • The Crozman’s went through the house and inspected it • They noticed quite a few defects (unlevel floors, etc) and the Ruesch’s had a reason for everything • They signed the contract and bought the house • The Crozman’s...
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  • corporation law reviewer
    such a way as to recognize and in effect admit its legal existence as a corporate body is thereby estopped from denying its corporate existence.   CRANSON VS IBM (234 MD. 477, 200 A. 2D 33 ; 1964)   IBM sued Cranson in his personal capacity regarding a typewriter bought by him as President of a...
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  • Love Canal
    cases of illnesses and much public opposition, the city began evacuating young children first, and then families who lived in the residential houses. The media found Lois Gibb’s story very appealing. They followed her journey from starting as a housewife in a small town in New York State to becoming...
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  • Uniform Commercial Code 2b the
    development companies will benefit from laws that shield sellers from the consequences of their actions which in turn strips away most of the rights of customers who purchase mass-market products. Consumers are aware that software makers need a viable market and some form of shrink-wrap licenses might be...
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  • Amazoncase
    compete with Amazon.com in the U.S.," said Bertelsmann CEO Thomas Middelhof. Bertelsmann owns Random House and other publishers, which may enable barnesandnoble.com to offer price war discounts on titles from those houses. Barnes & Noble expects its partnership with Bertelsmann to help it expand...
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  • Marketing
    Cases Of Misrepresentation 1. FALSE STATEMENT OF FACT Bisset v Wilkinson [1927] AC 177 The plaintiff purchased from the defendant two blocks of land for the purpose of sheep farming. During negotiations the defendant said that if the place was worked properly, it would carry 2,000 sheep. The...
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  • Law Study Guide
    interests from 2001. Case – Home Rentals Corp v. Curtis (1992): Home Rentals rented a home to Curtis and his friends. Curtis and co deemed the house uninhabitable after paying $1,980. They reported the house to the city and HR had to clean everything up. The boys didn’t return or pay the...
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  • Business Law
    university student in Ohio who rented a house from Loretta, who also lived in Ohio. Upon graduation, Tammi moved to Nebraska. Assuming that one party sued the other in connection with the lease after Tammi had moved to Nebraska, which of the following correctly describes the court(s) with jurisdiction...
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  • Nucor
    nuclear technologies as a guiding vision for the company. In a symbolic move in 1962, Nuclear moved its headquarters from New Jersey, the location of the flagship Nuclear Division, to Phoenix, Arizona, home of the newly purchased US Semcor Division.5 Later acquisitions introduced yet more lines of...
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  • Business Sample Questions
    removing the tanks. Richards claims he owned the lot for 20 years and never knew of the underground tanks. Richards argues he purchased the land from Thomas and that Thomas or his heirs are liable for the cost of removing the underground tanks. Explain whether Richards is liable to James. Does...
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  • culture
    purchased a ticket but had climbed over a two metre fence to join the spectators who had purchased tickets. Strong wind and heavy rain forced the spectators to take cover from a storm under a temporary tarpaulin set up by the organisers to protect the musicians and their equipment. During the storm...
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  • Marketing Plan
    the company now owns around 1,100 outlets. Most outlets trade under the Greggs brand name, but the Bakers Oven outlets, which were purchased from ABF in 1994, continue to operate under their own brand name. Current and Future Developments Early in 2002, Greggs reported that good weather, plus a...
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  • Ihrm
    terrorism, or any number of other topics. And, of course, there is little that we do at Duke that does not involve scholars and students from other countries, who are entirely integrated with U.S. scholars and students. Students enrolled in our joint JD/LLM program in international and comparative law...
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  • Howard Schlutz as a Leader
    , inventiveness, conscientiousness, the readiness to face uncertainty, innovativeness, adaptability, knowledge of the market and the ability to learn from adversity (Busenitz 1999; Kecharananta & Baker 1999; Littunen 2000; McCarthy 2000; Osborne 1995; Stewart & Roth 2001; Thomas, Dickson & Bliese 2001...
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  • Business Law Sept 2013
    . Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://legislation.data.gov.uk/ukpga/Geo6/8-9/28/data.htm?wrap=true 20. Baker v Willoughby [1970] AC 467. Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://www.e-lawresources.co.uk/Baker-v-Willoughby.php 21. Jobling v Associated Dairies [1982] AC 794 House of Lords.Retrieved...
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