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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 offer, and if so, to whom the offer is addressed? Specifically, it can be sometimes difficult to determine if an offer was made, and if the offer was made was there a legal intent. A unilateral contract was formed when sally made a promise to Ron, that…

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    Binding Contract under English Law Under English law, a legally binding agreement is a contract among two parties for prerequisites related to services or exchange of goods. A contract is intended to make legally bind so that further proceedings of courts could be executed in future if necessary. In this situation, the contract will be an enforceable contract, which is defined as a contract in which one party is legally obliged to perform their actions for other party with whom they have…

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    Facts of this case: This is an English contract law decision, by the court of the appeal. The company (Carbolic smoke ball company) has produced carbolic smoke ball to advertise to cure influenza and other diseases. The company has advertised in the newspaper, which they have promised to pay £100 to any person who bonds with influenza after purchasing their smokeball. The company has deposited £1000 in the local bank which is called the Alliance Bank, in this way they can prove the seriousness…

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    Sam Stevens Case Study

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    few factors need to be considered in order to conclude a valid contract has been made between Sam and the national store chain. First, an agreement must contain an offer and acceptance. There must also be consideration, capacity and legality for a contract to…

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    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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    The NIOC and the CPCI entered into a long-term gas supply and purchase contract (the "GSPC") on 25 April 2001. The two parties agree to govern this contract by the Laws of Islamic Republic of Iran. In addition, this contract contained an agreement "…any dispute arising out of or relating to this contract shall be finally settled by arbitration before three arbitrators" and the parties chose London as an arbitral seat. Furthermore, in 2003 the CPCI assigned the contract to Crescent Gas, which is…

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    leading case in English contract law. The appellant is Williams and the respondent is Roffey Bros. & Nicholls (contractors)Ltd. Facts In September 1985, the building contractor, Roffey Bros. & Nicholls Ltd., entered into a contract with Shepherds Bush Housing Association Ltd. to refurbish a block of flat, Twynholm Mansions, Lillie Road, London SW 6, and became is the main contractors for the works. Williams, the carpenter, was engaged to carry out the carpentry work of the 27 refurbished…

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    Employment Law

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    employment law, company law and contract law has upon the business Employment Law governs the employer-employee relationship, consisting individual employment contracts and also the application of TORT and contract principles, and a large group of statutory regulation on issues such as the right to organize and negotiate bargaining agreements, protection from discrimination, wages and health and safety. Corporate law applies to the rights, relations and conduct of persons and business firms. It…

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    Charter Bank Case

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    Rogers and Blythe to secure the loan they took out from Charter Bank they had to transfer the promissory note they had created with Holly Hill. Sometime later Rogers and Blythe defaulted on the loan. Charter Bank sued in order to recover on the Holly Hill’s promissory note. From that information the mortgage in the note is nonnegotiable. Some of the reasons why Charter Bank doesn’t have a negotiable contract are because of the initial contract from Holly Hill to Rogers and Blythe was a…

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    As it was stated in “Plastic Debris in the Ocean” by Florian Thevenon, Chris Carroll and Joao Sousa shows readers just by recycling products won’t work. Just recycling waste is not the solution of the problem. Theyenon said in his review, just recycling materials will not solve problem. Just recycling material and wasting them at same time won’t put system into equilibrium process. For example group of 10 people are using 10 plastic material each per day. By end of the month there could be 300…

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