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    A court will likely find that Rhapsody did not breach a contract. HyunA contacted Rhapsody, the famous American choreographer, by email in an attempt to solicit her services. HyunA specifically asks, “Can I get 5 hours of popping lessons with you for $5000 on Wednesday”? Rhapsody responds to HyunA’s email stating, “I’m busy on Wednesday, but we can do it on Thursday. Deal.” Thursday arrives and HyunA shows up to Rhapsody’s studio, but she is not there. HyunA then contacts Rhapsody questioning her whereabouts. Rhapsody responds that when she did not hear back from HyunA, she made other plans. The issue at hand involves a close analysis of consent, and its factors involving offer and acceptance. A contract is an agreement by two or more parties…

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    Contract Law Case

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    Issue: This IRAC is to determine whether a contract exists between Molly, jack, and Levi in relation to the setup and operation of Sutton 's Surf School. In particularly whether or not Molly is entitled to a share of the business profits. The relevant focus of this case is contract law. In order for a contact to exist these three attributes need to be met: Rules: The relevant focus of this case is contract law. In order for a contact to exist these three attributes need to be met: Agreement:…

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    Bilateral Contract Law

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    problem question deals with aspects of contract law and more specifically with the creation of contracts ; then the certainty and obligation to create legal obligations and finally with problems in agreement process. In fact, Gordon has to provide major building work in his new commercial premises. Ritebuild Ltd offers to perform contract for a fixed price which was accepted by Gordon the 1st september. But Ritebuild sent an email the same day to change the original price. Gordon didn’t see it.…

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    include law. These rules and regulations are made to maintain order and progress to go along the path of achievement. Point to be noted, these regulations are also made to avoid unnecessary faults and embarrassing situations. Unfair practices are also identified and sorted out by the contract law. As for a penalty, unfair means are avoided in a proper manner. By contract law, the true value is exposed and concentration of work for an output takes place. Contract law makes everything done in an…

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    A contract represents “a mutual agreement between two or more parties that something shall be done or forborne by one or both”, signifies “the supply of certain articles” and implies “ the performance of the specified work at a certain price, rate, or commission”(Harder, 2013). Every contract should be legally enforceable, even one not in writing. Although proving the existence of the contract may be harder if it is not in writing, it may still be formed. In case one and two, both of the…

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    Offer Contract Law

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    different price or terms. You can then decide whether to accept the counteroffer or continue negotiations with another offer. When an offer is made that both parties find satisfactory, the offer will be accepted and you will move forward towards closing. Contracts often become legally binding once an offer is accepted but, real estate contract law does vary somewhat by location so it may be wise to research the basic legalities of this process. The due diligence period may begin once the offer…

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    Framing Contract Law

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    Framing the Interview: The Basics of Contract Law Before I begin the discussion related to contract law and the legal expert that I chose for this assignment, we must first define a few terms that helped guide the questions that I formulated for the interview. Moreover, these definitions and subsequent paragraphs will act as a conceptual lens to frame the discussion of contract law. While some of this information in this section can be found in year one of law school curriculum, this…

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    Does there is a contract between Emma and Tony under contract law? A contract is an agreement made between two or more parties with an intention of certain legal right and obligations which the law will enforce and it is made up by agreement, consideration and intention to create legal relations. Advertisement is an invitation to treat and mere supply of information is not an offer. Catalogues are invitations to treat even when the word "offer" or "offers" is used in the advertisement. Agreement…

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    ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS FOR A VALID CONTRACT IN ENGLISH LAW INTODUCTION To have a binding contract there must be vital components for a valid contract in English law, an offer and acceptance are crucial, and in the conditions from the question; one party has to make an offer which is then accepted by the other party. The binding contract is habitually supported by intention to create legal relations and consideration. ISSUE Were Ron and Julie in a contractual position, due to whether sally made an…

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    Civil law can be defined as the gathering of law of a state or nation guiding the behaviour of individuals and associations, while choosing private rights and liabilities. Under this fall many subgroups of which tort and contract law can be found. Tort law can be defined as the law which may offer solutions to individuals and parties who have been affected by unreasonable actions and behaviours of others, and usually involve state law. Contract law can be defined as an agreement that creates…

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