Essay on Contract Law

Insurance contract law

Introduction The stringency of the doctrine of utmost good faith in English insurance law, though well known has nevertheless attracted a great deal of criticism. It makes it mandatory for the insured, prior to the formation of the contract, to disclose to the insurer without any omission such facts as are either known or should […]

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Contract Law – Intention to Oontract

Contract Law 1 Intention to Create Legal Relations In order for a contract to be valid there must be intention to create legal relations. Enright notes ‘the requirement of intention to create legal relations is a final doorkeeper in contract. It determines which agreements supported by consideration shall be covered by contract law and which […]

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Grocery Inc.

Grocery, Inc. Paper It has been known for major companies to be in the light of the court for breach of contract. Depending on the stipulation of the contract most companies end up losing, but it is solely based on what the contract states. For example, in the matter of Grocery v. Masterpiece, (Specific performance, […]

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Summary of Dillon vs. Champion

Background: Linda Dillon has sued Champion after she was encouraged to take a more challenging position within the company and was then fired for not meeting expectations. She claimed that she was told that it would take several months to get up to speed and that Champion would give her extensive training. Instead, she was […]

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Moot research

The Tribunal has Jurisdiction over Respondent 1 under settled principles of arbitration law and In any event, the corporate veil between Respondent 1 and Respondent 2 must be lifted. 1 A. The Tribunal has the authority to determine Its own jurisdiction. 1 B. Respondent 1 is bound to the arbitrate proceedings. 2 1. The corporate […]

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Contract Law and Precedent

In the proposed scenario there are many factors which potentially affect whether an actual contract would exist. These include the distinction between an invitation to treat and an offer, the application of the postal rule and the circumstances when revocation may or may not be appropriate. There are also relevant case precedents that can be […]

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How effectively do you think those ‘piecemeal solutions’

When surveying Europe’s legal landscape, English law’s refusal to incorporate a general duty of good faith identifies it as somewhat of an oasis, standing in stark contrast to those around it. Yet in examining the net result of those ‘piecemeal solutions’ used in its place, is it truly so adrift? If, after all, these present […]

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Passing of property

1. The paper analyses the passing of property and risks entailed. In order to answer the question in context it is essential to look at the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended), so as to reach conclusions on the liability of the respective parties. Benfico and Annacol computers have entered into a contract they […]

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Contract law Report

In the common law to speak of the outcome of consenting minds or, even more mystically of consensus ad idem is to mislead by adopting an alien approach to the problem of agreement. The function of an English judge is not to seek to satisfy some elusive mental element but to ensure, as far as […]

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Contract Law: Fulfilling the Reasonable Expectations of Honest Men

“I have no radical proposals for the wholesale review of the doctrine of consideration. I am not persuaded that it is necessary. And great legal challenges should only be embarked upon when they are truly necessary. … On balance it seems to me that in modern practice the restrictive influence of consideration has markedly receded […]

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Contract Law Analysis Narrative

The law of contract achieves a fair and reasonable balance in resolving disputes between those who break their contractual promises and those injured by those breaches.Contracts occur in our day-to-day life activities. It is very important, both in the business world and our everyday life. Businesses make multi-million pound deals, buying and selling. Our every […]

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Contract Law

The nature of terms can be determined as a subject of any contract, which is to be set out. A term allows two parties having a binding obligation,. This allows them to perform a contract. The distinction between terms and representations can be stated as two different issues. This is because a term is an […]

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Contract Law Analysis Persuasive

Contract A contract is a promise between two or more persons involving the exchange of some good or service. Some of the basic elements of a contract include: an offer and an acceptance; “capacity,” or being of legal age and sound competence; “mutual assent,” or agreement on the terms of a contract; and “consideration,” or […]

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Law Assignment

Q1- Shambu Dayal started ‘self service’ system in his store. Smt. Prakash entered the store took a basket and after taking articles of her pick into the basket reached the teller for payments. The teller refuses to accept the monetary value. Can Shambu Dayal be compelled to sell the articles to Smt. Prakash? Decide. Answer […]

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Cases on Contract

The suspect made the highest command for the plaintiff’s goods at an auction sale. but he withdrew his command before the autumn of the auctioneer’s cock. It was held that the suspect was non bound to buy the goods. His command amounted to an offer which he was entitled to retreat at any clip before […]

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Mutual Mistakes in Contract Law

In contractual law, a mutual mistake is: “Where a mistake of both parties at the time of contract was made as to a basic assumption on which the contract was made has a material effect on the agreed exchange of performances, the contract is voidable by the adversely affected party unless he bears the risk […]

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Law Assignment – Contract Law; Restrictive Covenant, Acceptance of Goods

Part A The main issues are whether or not the court would consider that the restrictive covenant in issue is void for contrary to public policy. The relevant legal principles are: A covenant must be no wider than is necessary to protect the legitimate interest of the employer. Attempting to stifle competition is impermissible and […]

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Keller V Inland

keller v [Type the company name]| Keller v. Inland Metals| Unit 2| | Sherry Rhodes| 11/2/2011| [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the […]

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How Is an Offer Terminated

Offer is one of the essential elements of a contract, which is a legally binding agreement made between two or more parties, other essential elements include Acceptance, Consideration, intention and Capacity. In the absence of any of these elements the contract will be void. An offer is a definite promise or proposal to be bound […]

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Contract Law Narrative

1.0 Introduction Contract is a customary of procedures guiding the relationship, content and validity of an agreement between two or more people (such individuals, businesses or other association) concerning the sale of goods, provision of services or interchange of interests or ownership. The elements of contract which are the offer and acceptance needed to be […]

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Law Casestudy

A Is John’s advertisement an offer or “invitation to treat”? On 10. 3. 2012, John advertised his car for sale at RM50, 000 in the local newspaper. The advertisement is either an offer or “invitation to treat”. An offer is required to form an agreement. Under S2(a) Contracts Act 1950 offer is when one person […]

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