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    as compensationfor loss or injury Black 's Law Dictionary.In context of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 damages are referred in context to breach of contract i.e. a party 's failure to perform some contracted-for or agreed-upon act, or his failure tocomply with a duty imposed by law which is owed to another or to society.Breach of contract is a legal concept in which a binding agreement or bargained-for exchange is nothonored by one or more of the parties to the contract by non-performance or interference with theother party 's performance On a breach of contract by a defendant, a court…

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    Since an offer can only be revoked before an acceptance, Jack was only able to enter into contract with another party if Blair and Chuck had not already accepted the contract. However, as the letter was posted on the 21st, according to postal acceptance rule, acceptance will be complete when letter is posted, even if acceptance is lost in the post and offeror never receives it, there is a contract on the date of posting. This was developed on the basis that an offeror who is prepared to accept…

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    considered in this case. The existence of a contract of continuous supply, may or may not be valid. The first and foremost issue is the fact that the contract was signed with malicious . Many contracts that are signed by minors are not valid unless the have the parents signature also. Another issue that must be considered is the fact that his son had no Contracts The contract that Marshall had your son sign may be considered invalid on a wide variety of fronts. The first and foremost being a…

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    Statement of the Case The Superior Court erred in granting JNOV to Trimble because RDS presented evidence from which a jury could find that RDS sustained damage as a result of Trimble’s tortious conduct and breach of contract. The Superior Court erred in granting JNOV to Trimble because a reasonable jury could have found that Trimble was liable for Intentional or Negligent Misrepresentation, Breach of Contract, or Breach of Fiduciary Duty. The Superior Court erred in granting JNOV to Trimble…

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    Possible breach of Contract The implied terms between an employee and an employer. That main implied duties includes providing the correct health and safety, working environment, to deal with issues, given reasonable notices. (Clarke, 2000) The implied duties of employees to the employer includes adaptability, reasonable care, skill, and having the trust and confidence. Assuming Shirley’s status as employee has been recognised, this suggests that the company is liable under the Unfair Dismissal…

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    Ashley Madison data breach this was definitely not the case. The known site for adulterers and cheaters quickly found themselves all over the news because of their inability to secure their server. The data breach exposed many flaws of the company as well other damaging information about the company’s plans. Along with the embarrassment of the hack, the company would now find themselves in danger of serious economic damages. Avid Life Media, which owned the site, was now at risk for lost…

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    Outline the features and purpose of psychological contract “Psychological contract is the foundation of employee – employer relationship.” (Shahnawaz and Goswaki, 2011) Notably Schein (1970; p.12) mentions “The notion of the psychological contract implies that the individual has a variety of expectations of the organisation and that the organisation has a variety of expectations of him. These expectations not only cover how much work is to be performed for how much pay, but also involve the…

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    clauses are incorporated, they are required to be given prior to the contract formed and there are supposed to be extra notices for harsh terms. The ESC placed the large and prominent sign of clauses at the entrance and K should have seen it easily before the contract between her and the ESC made, which means that the exclusion clauses could be binding pursuant to provisions contained herein. Therefore, although the clause might be harsh to some extent, the sufficient notice still contributed…

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    Introduction In construction sector, construction contract will be used. Inside the construction contract, there mainly including length of project, complexity, size of project, and the price that has been agreed. In the case Modern Engineering (Bristol) Ltd v. Gilbert-Ash Northern (1974) AC 689, it mentioned that construction contract is for selling goods, services, and labour, which is lump sum price payable by installment according to the work done. This shows that the contractor have…

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    parent contracts. Thus causing the legal mother of the child will be the surrogate mother, regardless of the arrangement made by the couple and the mother. Personally, I do not see an issue with this decision made by the couple, if someone wants a child, then they should be able to have one, it’s our right as humans to procreate. Along with the possibility of a medical issue, a surrogate mother may have an active contract with the couple but there is a possibility of miscarriage which may cause…

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