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    contract, the next day he focused on getting the money. The night they met at the restaurant, Zehmer had told Lucy that he couldn’t get the money that night. The court could have based the contract solely on that night; they could have said that the agreement was for that night only. Another point that could have been made, was due to the fact that both men had been drinking…

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    Landlord-Tenant Law Landlords and tenants both have rights and accountabilities in the development of an ownership agreement. All parties must have a clear understanding of what the lease terms mean to avoid issues. When a property owner and a renter signs on leasing a house, trailer, or etc., many things need to be made clear, including the cost of the payment, the date the rent due, limits on late fees, length of the ownership, if he or she pays for utilities (like gas, electricity, or etc.)…

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    “lazy way of managing the balance sheet” (Mensah, n.d.). A repo agreement involves temporary transfers of securities with an exchange in cash, which would be settled when the borrower repays the money with an agreed interest rate and repossesses the securities. In the legal perspective, the legal title of the securities shifts from Lehman Brothers to its buyer until the occurrence of repurchase. According to the repurchase agreement, it is accepted as a secured loan liability on the balance…

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    A contract is an agreement that legally binds the parties involved. Alternatively, it can be defined as a promise or a set of the same that are enforceable by law. By getting into an agreement, parties acquire obligations and rights which are enforceable by the court of law. The main method through which such agreements may be enforced is by the award of damages although in many cases the court may order the defaulting party to perform a specific action to compensate the aggrieved party. In…

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    NATURE OF GRIEVANCE: The Union continues to assert the Employer has violated Rule 35 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), between the State of Alaska and the Inlandboatmen’s Union of the Pacific (IBU). The Union claims Mr. Uddipa submitted a valid MD UFFD and, for this reason, there was no contractual violation on Mr. Uddipa’s part. Furthermore, asserting that the Employer can’t discipline on suspicion. RELIEF SOUGHT: Rescind Mr. Uddpa’s LOW as no contract rule was violated.…

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    Introduction There are two issues on which Stephanie requires advice - whether the barge is a chattel or a fixture and whether there is a valid contract in place between herself and Wangle. If the barge has become a fixture of the land and the contract meets all the necessary formalities, then Stephanie may have a legal right to the barge and may have a cause of action against Wangle if he refuses to go through with the transaction. Distinguishing between Chattels and Fixtures The Law of…

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    The agreement was intended to be legally enforceable contract of dealing by both Emily and Rachael in a commercial relationship. Both parties had agreed the contract terms and the payment for the puppy had already been made so the contract had been concluded.Thereafter…

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    allegations, the contract images, and a review of Texas Contract law. Based on the language and the images of the contract, I don’t believe there are any defenses specifically stated. There is no termination clause that would allow Ms. L to end the agreement. Additionally, it doesn’t appear that there is a breach of contract with regard to the services that Ms. Lowe was to receive. Ms. L may have a claim for fraudulent inducement. Fraudulent inducement has four elements: (1) false…

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    1) SCULPTURa v Eric The agreement between SCULPTURa (S) and Eric (E) contains clear express terms: E is to supply a suitable piece of his land to accommodate S’s major art exhibition for a rental fee. Contractual rights and obligations can either be written, oral or inferred by conduct. Since there was no formal contract drafted between S and E, written or signed by either party, this agreement is, therefore, an oral contract; legitimised by both a handshake and consideration in the form of…

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    Lease Vs Operating Lease

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    This case study provides an overview of accounting for leases, specifically capital and operating leases. Some researchers have found that managers manipulate leasing data in order to report a large amount of debt on the off balance sheet, rather than on the financial statement (Biondi et al, 2011). When an entity leases property, they must pay installments on the property for the terms of the lease contract (Schroeder et al, 2011). While there are some benefits in leasing property, there are…

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