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Contract Law

In Business, contracts can be considered as the heart of dealings and have to be taken with utter most consideration of the acceptance, however in order to understand in depth a binding agreement, we must first discuss, what determines a contract or binding agreement. These can be defined as “an agreement which the law will enforce” as well as a “promise or set of promises which the court will enforce”. To facilitate a binding agreement, an acceptance must occur and must be absolutely unconditional...

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Law of Contract

that is given in return for something else. On the other hand, there was an exceptions under Sec 26 of CA which is an agreement without consideration is void unless the contract made on account of natural love and effection that is stated in Sec 26(a) of CA. There are several requirements under Sec 26(a) of CA which is the contract must be expressed in writting, must be registered if required by law and made on account of natural love and affection and between parties standing in near relation to...

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Legal Contract

Zidisha Microfinance Member Legal Contract This is a legally binding contract between (Applicant Name) ____________________________________________ of Address ____________________________________________________________________________________ and National Identity Number ___________________________ and Zidisha Inc. (Zidisha), a nonprofit organization located at 21900 Muirfield Circle #302, Sterling, Virginia 20164 United States. I, (Applicant Name) ____________________________________________...

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Law of Contract

Court Court of Common Pleas Citation(s) (1862) 11 Cb (NS) 869; [1862] EWHC CP J35; 142 ER 1037 Transcript(s) Full text of judgment Judge(s) sitting Willes J, Byles J and Keating J Felthouse v Bindley (1862) EWHC CP J 35, is the leading English contract law case on the rule that one cannot impose an obligation on another to reject one's offer. This is sometimes misleadingly expressed as a rule that "silence cannot amount to acceptance". Later the case has been rethought, because it appeared that...

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Music Contract

This contract, entered into on the ____ of _________, 2012, is for the professional recording of ‘Projects’ represented by Samantha (client) for the recording session described below. The undersigned employer (S.N.E.) and the undersigned client agree on the contract as follows: Client agrees to be personally and individually liable for the terms of this contract. S.N.E hereby engages and employs musicians for exclusive personal services, providing them with a wide range...

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Stadium Contracts

web address Building.co.uk. A design and build project allows the low risk factor as for the client has the contractor takes on the risk by offering a fixed cost contract. The web address designbuild-network.com states the original provision for a building cost was around £352m, with total project costs of £757m. A fixed price contract protects the client from any expiring costs, for example if the construction of the stadium was to have any over runs or delays. The main contractor building Wembley...

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Breach of contract

that a seller/ retailer must abide by once they have entered into a contract. The goods must be as described (section 13), of satisfactory quality (section 14 [2]) and fit for purpose (section 14 [3]). Both section 13 and 14 have strict liability attached to them. The court will not investigate into the mind of the seller at the time or observe how much they tried but all they will look for is if there is a breach in the contract and if there is, the seller is liable. Section 13 states that the...

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Contract Negotiations

Contract Negotiations Cathy Piersall OMM618: Human Resources Management Instructor: Fabio Moro March 14, 2013 The producers said the WGA was not bargaining in good faith. What did they mean by that, and do you think the evidence is sufficient to support the claim? Firstly, everyone understand what Good Faith bargaining stands for: Good-faith bargaining generally refers to the duty of the parties to meet and negotiate at reasonable times with willingness to reach agreement on matters within...

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Contract and Legally Binding Agreement

Hartly & The Auto Dealer What do you think about this situation? Should parties to a sales contract be able to rescind a contract because of mutual mistake of fact? Why or why not? Did either party act unethically in this case? Why or why not? What application does the UCC have here? Finally, in the overall context of contract law, are there any winners or losers when a contract is rescinded based on mutual mistake of fact? Why or why not?  In my studies of the case, I read about...

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Contract Administration Best Practices

Contract Administration Best Practices Diana Thomas University of Phoenix Law/531- Business Law August 23, 2012 Trina Eaddy Introduction This essay will examine how to best prepare a contract administration plan. The contract administration plan will examine different methods used in preparing a plan. This essay will explain how important it is to have technical and other support of personnel, the importance of surveillance, and to determine...

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