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  • Advantages And Limitations Of The Reinsurance Contract

    a clause in the reference document, it does not inevitably follow that that clause will be incorporated into the reinsurance contract. The clause could be entirely inapplicable in the reinsurance contract. Due to this, the courts have developed rules that have to be met, so as to ensure that only appropriate and applicable terms are incorporated into reinsurance contracts. As explained by Thomas (2015, p. 46), “In HIH Casualty & General Insurance Ltd v New Hampshire Insurance Co [2001] 1…

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  • Commercial Contract Case Study

    separate commercial contracts which have been entered into. Different legal issues have affected each contract but on the whole there are three main elements which can be identified, these being, of breach of contract, frustration of contract and a failure with regard to the perfect tender rule. Each contract will be considered separately using legislation and relevant case law to come to a determination as to what remedies are available in relation to each of the contracts in question. After…

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  • Mason V. R & G Case Study

    Contract One of the major contention points in this case of Mason v. R&G is the question whether a contract exists at all between the parties. In order to ascertain the validity of the contract, the elements of a valid contract in the state of Georgia must be carefully examined. The Code of Georgia, § 13-3-1, clearly states that in order to constitute a valid contract, the following elements must generally exist; there must be parties able to contract, a consideration moving to the contract,…

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  • Duty Of Care In The Case Of G Shepherd V.

    Issue: The issue that needs to be illustrated is whether Roland and Belle can recover the economic loss resulting from the real estate agent, G Shepherd & Co, as their misstatement in the sale contract which says that asbestos insulation had been fully removed from the property on previous year. The other issue is about the solicitor, David, whether he should bear a part of obligation in the loss as he is a solicitor who should be fully responsible for dealing with related matters across…

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  • Royal Perogative Contract: A Case Study

    1. Introduction Electorate Officers (Eo’s) are employed by Department of Premier and Cabinet (Dpac, House of Assembly, HoA) or Legislative Council (Leg Co) on a contract called a Royal Perogative Contract. Eo’s are employed to perform all office functions which are the same duties regardless of which house you work for. This contract runs for the term of Government, (whilst the Member of Parliament is elected). Staff employed by Leg. Co are employed for a term of six years, and are managed by…

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  • Land Title Analysis

    After talking to my friend and reading the land title of his potential house I’ve noticed a few problems. The land title itself has several caveats that caught my intention right away. The first issue is that there is still a mortgage out on his property which could cause him to take over the mortgage if it has not been paid off yet. Secondly there is a possessory interest looking at the address I am lead to believe that it is related to the fence issue that he talked to me about. This could…

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  • Valilas V Januzaj Case Study

    “Agreement”). 2. The agreement was that in return for the right to make use of the practise facilities, equipment and staff service, the Claimant would pay the Defendant 50% of his monthly receipts. 3. Most of the Claimants earnings came from his contract with the local primary care trust (PCT) in return for carrying out a specified number of ‘Units of Dental Activity’ (UDA) per year (from…

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  • Caparo Industries Vs Dickman Case Study

    year limitation period after accrual. 1.2.5. The Authority entered into a deed contract with the Developer which establishes the limitation period to 12 years. There won’t be any statute-barred issue with the Developer for a few years. 1.2.6. The Authority entered into a “Deed of Warranty” with the Contractor. The Authority should note that the Construction Contract between the Contractor and the Developer is simple contract which limits contractual proceeding period to 6 years. Since the…

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  • Why Is The Exclusion Clause Enforceable?

    one or more of their contractual obligations. Whether a disclaimer is enforceable depends on; 1. Is the disclaimer part of the contract: (1) is it expressly set out in a written contract that has been signed by the parties? (2) It is expressly brought to the attention of the party by reasonable notice given before the contract was formed. (3) It is implied into the contract as a result of prior dealings between the parties (James, N 2014, p309). 2. How will the disclaimer be interpreted? Any…

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  • Molecular Mixology Essay

    Topic: Mixologist Kinsey Johnson of Viscosity Bar Australia What you need to know about Molecular Mixology Have you heard about Molecular mixology? My thought is as good as yours. You haven’t. So what is molecular mixology? Simply put, it is the act of producing cocktails through the use of some equipment and techniques of molecular gastronomy. It involves the creation of different varieties of flavor, combination of flavors and the presentation of drinks in different ways. This mixing affects…

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