Contracts Papers

  • Ticket Cases

    2305 words, 10 pages

    INTRODUCTION The task given to us in this question falls in the category of UNSIGNED DOCUMENTS – THE “TICKET” CASES. According to my view, ticket cases are those cases in which you are legally bound in a contract even though you do not formally sign a contract in person. Such type of situation often arises at public places like car parks, public transport, etc. In this situation the dockets or the tickets in terms of public transport, are the proof of evidence that you are in a contract and legally liable for misconduct. The terms and conditions would have been me

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    Business Law Contract

    2465 words, 10 pages

    This is a paper written for business law class. I got 8 for it   Problem statement We were appointed by Rynkeby company to make a contract regarding entering the Swedish juice market. Sweden and Denmark are both Nordic countries and since the Nordic countries have not ratified CISG, we are not using CISG. In this case we are going to use the Danish Sales of Goods Act in our contract. We are going to make contract between both parties to avoid problems such as late delivery, damaged or defective goods, remedies, buyers and seller’s obligation and passing of risks etc. We wi

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    Has A Legal Contract Been Made

    1300 words, 6 pages

    Coursework question: Quail advertised his collection of painted eggs in the local newspaper. The advertisement said: ’20 fabulous painted eggs for sale must be sold by the end of May. £50 gets the lot,’ followed by his business telephone number and address. Sparrow sent a letter to him on 28th May saying she would give him £50 on delivery of the eggs. Duck left a telephone message on his answer phone for him on the 31st May, a bank holiday, saying she would pay £55. Consider whether a contract has been made, and if so, with which party.

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    Economics Of Negotiations

    1305 words, 6 pages

    Economic of Negotiations Assignment Question 1 Ua(Xa)= Xa^α Xa+Xb=1 Ub(Xb)=Xb (da,db) = (0,0) Ub(Xb)= 1-Xa Ub(Xb)=1-Ua(Xa)^(1/α) -g´(Ua)=(Ub-db)/(Ua-da) (1/α)*Ua^(1/α-1)=(1-Ua^█(1/α@ ))/Ua (1/α)Ua^(1/α )=1-Ua^(1/α) (1/α) Ua^(1/α)+Ua^(1/α )=1 (1+α) Ua^(1/α)=α Ua=(α/(1+α))^α NBS is: Xa=(α/(1+α)) ; Xb=1-(α/(1+α)) ; Ua=(α/(1+α))^α; Ub=1-

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    Frank And Gordon's Case

    1183 words, 5 pages

    Essay With Frank and Gordon's case, there are explanations and solutions can be discussed around. In this situation, there was a valid contract made between Frank and Gordon which was officially signed on first of July. It was the 50- page contract assuring all about the site plans, house plans, agrees color schemes, landscaping plans and especially the steel roof and the overall cost was $250 000. Gordon made sure that the house would have a steel roof when it finished but surprisingly to Frank his new house had covered by a tile roof. Frank was unnoticed signing a bu

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    Adverbial Clauses

    1683 words, 7 pages

    Clauses of Place and Time Adverbial clauses are dependent clauses, which perform the function of an adverbial modifier. As the adverb is a word that describes or adds to the meaning of a verb, an adjective and another adverb, therefore, the adverbial clauses can modify a verb, an adjective or an adverb in the principle clause. According to their meaning we distinguish the following kinds of adverbial clauses: adverbial clauses of time, place, cause (reason), purpose, condition, concession, result, manner, and comparison. Adverbial clauses are joined to the principal clause by means of su

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    Contract Creation And Management

    984 words, 4 pages

    LAW/531 The contractual conflict exists between a software developer by the name of InfoBuild and the Majestic Hotels. History states that even before the company InfoBuild made it past programming the first portion of an electronic reservation system for Majestic, both companies were in court. Claims and counter-claims were introduced with concerns of the quality of deliverables, delivery schedule slips, and end-user requirements. This particular case was in litigation for a number of years and was eventually settled without a winner. The system was never developed and resources were

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    An Analysis Of The Uses Of As

    993 words, 4 pages

    Abstract: As is a word that has many functions. It can be noun, preposition, conjunction or adverb in sentences, and structure phrases with other words and introduce various clauses. It plays different roles in sentences and also has different functions. This paper analyzes and defines its syntactic functions in seven respects. Key word: Syntactic function; as I. Syntactic Functions of AS 1. Serving as a subject or a subjective complement in a sentence As serves as a subject in a non-defining attributive clause, and its antecedent is not a noun but the sentence. For example, Slowly and car

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    Legal Contracts To Bloo

    1002 words, 5 pages

    Unjust Contracts Contracts are supposed to benefit both parties. While courts may not intervene in cases where contracts are seen to be favourable to one party at the expense of the other, they do intervene to correct unfairness. Court action may result in a contract being rescinded, damages paid, repair of defective products, refunds, order specific performance or grant an injunction in cases where the contract is deemed to be unfair. Common Law Remedies or Intervention by the courts may take place to deal with issues such as misrepresentation, duress, undue influenc

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    Fabtek Study Case

    1005 words, 5 pages

    Background Fabtek, one of the first companies to provide titanium products for industrial use, has a fabrication division which is the second largest industrial fabricator of titanium in the industry. The company is currently facing shop backlog and delivery times have increased from 8-10 weeks to 16-60 weeks. Some employees of the company were of the opinion that customers continued to place orders with Fabtek in spite of the delays and backlog, because of the quality. The company is now faced with four orders of which they have to choose one to make a bid. Choosing more than one for bidding

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    Labour Law

    991 words, 4 pages

    Principles of Labour and Administrative Law Assessment Explain the essential components of a Contract of Employment. A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and an employee which sets out their employment rights, responsibilities and duties. It can also be define as a formal agreement between employer and employee, stating the terms of employment in an organization and it is bound by law. A contract of employment doesn’t have to be in writing. However, you are entitled to a written statement of your main employment terms within two months of starting work. The con

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    Nakamura Structure Of A Business Organization

    1010 words, 5 pages

    The Structure of a Business Decision Executive Summary The Nakamura Company of Kyoto, Japan is famous for making quality and for middle class lacquer containers for the daily table. The company started selling the product under the brand Chrysanthemum which eventually became the leader in the market. The product became famous with the American GI's after the World War 2 back when Japan was under rehabilitation with assistance of the United States. Aside from the purchases made by the GI's, the company practically had minimal business with other tourists. Most pu

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    Buyer And Vendor Relationship

    987 words, 4 pages

    BRM/451 In order for a buyer to be able to sell their product to customers for a good price and good quality, they must find the right vendor and form a good relationship. Once the relationship between the vendor and buyer has become connected, this is where the partnership comes in so the vendor and buyer can become one team. In this paper you will see the steps on how a vendor and buyer becomes a partner and form a connected relationship. The three levels involved in a buyer/vendor relationship are as follows: • Adversarial: This is where the buyer takes the vendor for t

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    Big Time Toymaker

    1006 words, 5 pages

    Big Time Toymaker Freeman L. Stephens LAW/421 Rachel A. Compton E-mail has provided business yet with another method for forming contracts, whereas the method is different, the rules for formation have not changed. The same laws apply when contracts formed in business office govern the formation of contracts. The four elements of contract formation must be present. There must be an offer, acceptance, intention, and consideration. Offer communicates the willingness of the offer or to come into an arrangement between two or more persons or entities. An acceptance i

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    Alice And Bruce Agree To Execute A Formal Contract Which Gives Effect To Each Of The Terms Set Out Below Alice Agrees To Acquire From Bruce And Bruce Agrees To Grant The Exclusive Right To Exploit The Licence That

    1252 words, 6 pages

    Whether or not B will have a cause of action for damages for breach of contract depends on whether the Heads of Agreement is itself an enforceable contract. Since A and B have executed the Heads of Agreement, they themselves may have come to an agreement, and execution excuses the need to go through an offer and acceptance analysis to find an agreement. Moreover, the language of the document reflects this conclusion; it records the completion of negotiations for the ‘Heads of Agreement’. Nevertheless, as a matter of law, the parties must have reached a certain and compl

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    Intermediate Accounting Report

    1217 words, 5 pages

    Question 5 Part a Defendant made the statement is liable to loss of plaintiff provided that the statement is proved untrue ultimately. Required To what extent the above statement is correct By misrepresentation, it is a false representation of fact made orally or in writing, or by conduct, which includes a single word, a nod, a wink, a shake of the head, or omission to disclose some material facts. To assess whether a party’s conduct amounts to a misrepresentation, an objective test can be applied. The purpose of misrepresentation is to induce the representee to enter into the contra

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    Bsn 420

    1252 words, 6 pages

    Fraudulent Misrepresentation and Remedies Professor Cathryn Kent BSN 420: Business Law Fraudulent Misrepresentation and Remedies Fraudulent Misrepresentation can happen in the form of a misstatement or by knowingly excluding material fact, with the intention to deceive another party, for personal benefit. (Miller, 2012) There are several elements that would conclude fraudulent misrepresentation, which are: (1) misrepresentation of facts or conditions knowing they are misleading and with a lack of respect for the truth, (2) the intent to persuade another party

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    Business Law

    1254 words, 6 pages

    ASSIGNMENT 1 | BUSINESS LAW | AHMER HAMMAD KHAN (7655) | 2/1/2011 | Sources of Pakistani Mercantile Law Mercantile law is a part of civil law. It governs and regulates the trade and commerce in the country. Mercantile law deals with the needs of a business man. This includes laws relating to insurance, partnerships, contracts, companies, negotiable instruments, arbitration, carriage of goods etc. A mercantile law in Pakistan is taken from the English law. So it follows the English laws to a considerable extent with some modifications and reservations to suite with the Indian condi

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    Contract Creation

    1260 words, 6 pages

    Contract Creation and Management In everyday life there are contracts that are made. We make contracts for just about every agreement that is in our lives. Our leases, mortgages, employment, cable service and other items all result from contracts. Contracts can be questionable if the details are not ironed out and clear to both parties. The contents of a contract need to be clear and understandable to the parties involved. The resolution dispute methods should also be included within the contract. In the business transaction that occurred between Non Linear

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    The Dream Becomes A Nightmare E U R O D Is N E Y

    1257 words, 6 pages

    In that question we were asked about the different entry method strategies that Disney has followed when opening theme parks in the different markets – the original one, the US, Tokyo and Europe. Before analysing the relationship between Euro Disney, in Paris, and Disney we are going to explore the case of US and Tokyo in order to make more clear the different entry strategies they have followed in each market. In the US, Disney fully owns the parks and it has exclusive ownership and management over all operations in the park and resorts. On the contrary, Disney does own nothing of

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    Making A Contract

    1262 words, 6 pages

    STUDENT CASE STUDY NOTES 3. Making a contract Case study 1. Franco is an exchange student from Italy studying at a university in Australia. He bought a bicycle when he arrived so he could easily travel around the campus and to his accommodation. He met with Robert and agreed to sell his bicycle to him for $500 and to deliver it at the end of semester, but has since decided to extend his exchange for another semester: he now wants to keep his bicycle. Whether he can legally renege on the deal with Robert or not depends upon whether a legally enforceable cont

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    Contract Law

    1264 words, 6 pages

    The question of whether Charlie is liable to pay the fine to the library for the overdue DVD’s depends on what the terms of the contract state. The terms of a contract are essentially what create binding obligations between parties which they both agree to perform in order for the contract to be complete. If however either party fail to comply with the obligations they have set themselves, there is a breach of contract and potential legal action. In this case, Charlie is seeking advice as to whether he is liable to pay the £60 fine as it looks as though he was unaware o

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    Recognizing Contract Risks And Opportunities

    1489 words, 6 pages

    Joscelyne D. Rita Memorandum In response to the recent contractual issues between C-S and Span Systems, our team has developed new strategies to avoid going to any further disputes or see rescission of the one year contract we have with your company. It is common for companies to have contractual disputes, however if left unchecked, the issues could result in litigation, financial losses, and damaged reputations for both C-S and Span systems. Span Systems would like to maintain the integrity of our relationship with C-S and feel that it will be in both partie

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    Contract Management Paper: A Minor Breach Of Contract

    1507 words, 7 pages

    A contract is an agreement or promise made between two or more parties that the courts will enforce (Cheesemen, 2010, p. 153). A breach of a contract occurs when a party fails to perform an absolute duty owed under a contract (Cheesemen, 2010, p. 248). In the Contract Creation and Management simulation, the parties have a signed legally enforceable contract. One party, Citizen Schwartz AG (C-S) has claimed the other party, Span Systems, has failed to perform on their promise stated in the contract. When there has been a claim of a breach of contract and a call by one party for a rescis

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    Music Business Nowadays

    1507 words, 7 pages

    The music business has known struggle years on this decade. The sales of physics Cds have decreased for instead a growth of the online sales. The birth of Itunes made that the single-mania began. As Donald S. Passman (2011, p. 173) write – “ A digital download, which also called DPD (standing for digital phonorecord delivery), it’s the sale of a record electronically, - instead of purchasing a physical copy, you buy the digital file ” – this involved that the sells of whole albums fell, and the sells of a single of an album grew. As Mark Guarino (2010) wrote - “ The key to Apple’s sales stra

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    Getting A Free Membership

    1517 words, 7 pages

    Everyday your life is effected by various types of contracts from tasks as simple and tedious as buying milk from your local corner, to entering into a legally binding contract with a real estate agent in the purchase of a house. Contracts affect nearly every commercial aspect of societal functionality. As contracts play such a vital role in everyone’s life, it is essential that thorough understand in all aspects of Contractual Law. This educational video hosted by renown legal seminar Hosting guru’s Findlay Weston, and Gareth Trimby, will provide and inform the vie

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    Limitations To The Undisclosed Agency

    1521 words, 7 pages

    Limitations to the doctrine of undisclosed agency The justification for the doctrine of the undisclosed principal has been the subject of much discussion. It is generally accepted that although it runs against the fundamental principles of privity of contract, the undisclosed principal rules are justified on grounds of commercial convenience. Generally, in commercial law, the assumption is that buyers and sellers are willing to buy/sell to anyone. Contracts are not personal and business people are not concerned about the identity of the other contracting party. As Lord

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    Contract Creation And Management Simulation

    1515 words, 7 pages

    Everyday companies are involved in issueless contracts. However, situations arise where one or more parties are disappointed in the contract. These companies have several options for solving the differences with the simplest being negotiation. In negotiation parties reach a voluntary settlement with or without the assistance of counsel (Cheeseman, 2010). In the Contract Creation and Management Simulation, Span Systems is contracted by Citizen-Schwarz AG (C-S) to provide a banking system. After eight months, Leon Ther, IT Outsourcing Director of C-S, is disappointed with the schedule compliance

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    Teamwork And Team Performance - Case Study

    1495 words, 6 pages

    Group development can be a challenging feat but can be overcome through group development understanding. Group development consists of five stages; forming, storming, norming, performing, and the adjourning stage. The forming stage is the start of the team. The members are assigned to a specific team then objections and initial planning for communication and deadlines are made. The storming stage happens after the team is established and begins to develop methods and processes for task completion. This is the point in team development when there is a lot of “…high emotion... and tension a

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    Contract Law Peggy And Gerry

    1748 words, 7 pages

    Part A The legal issue of this case is whether Peggy has entered a valid contract with Gerry, the owner of Greenwatch Stables for selling her Andalusian grey horse. Treitel defined the contract as “An agreement giving rise to obligations which are enforced or recognised by law.” A valid contract must consist a valid offer which be accepted by way of acceptance (Hyde v Wrench) and there must be a considersation in the contract. If the offer was not successfully accepted , the contract would not exist and the parties, Gerry and Peggy would not be bound any obligation to fulfill the contract.

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    Standard Form Contract

    1757 words, 8 pages

    The growing utilization of standard form contracts is a subject that concerns everybody and a topic that has paid only casual attention to lawyers in the field. This essay will be involve in the discussion of what a standard contract form is all about and how a contract contains specific terms, discussing their importance if these terms are broken or violated and will also explain the effect of exemption clauses in the attempt to exclude contractual liability. Legislation A standard form contract is defined as a type of contract which is a legally binding agreement between two parties to do

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    Toyota Motor Manufacturing Usa Case

    1778 words, 8 pages

    I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Toyota Motors Manufacturing faces increasing problems with its supply of seats. TMM’s single seat supplier, Kentucky Framed Seat, is responsible for most of the seat problems that TMM faces. Material flaws and missing parts are the major defects that TMM encounters. These problems increasingly occurred when the demand for the seats and the number of varieties increased. We are recommending the following major measures to overcome these problems: • Facilitate a closer relationship with KFS and the TMM QC personnel. • Facilitate a closer re

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    Dashui Plant No 2

    1779 words, 8 pages

    Introduction and Main Issue Danshui was a contract manufacturer that assembled electronic products for companies wishing to save labor cost. Manufacturers like Danshui assembled parts in large plants using assembly line techniques according to specifications of the international companies that contracted with them for assembly and final testing. Apple had contracted with Danshui to assemble 2.4 million iPhone 4 in Plant No.2, which assembling computer hard drives on a contract that was fulfilled at the end of May 2010. However, the production was only 180,000 units per month in the third mont

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