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Contractual Remedies - Contract Law (LLB)
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Contractual Remedies Summarised Notes for the Contract Law module, LLB, at City, University of London (achieved a 1st class using these) - can of course be used for other universities as well! Would really recommend the full bundle of notes

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Contract Law
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This is an extremely in-depth and well-organised set of notes on the Law of Contract. It covers offer and acceptance, consideration, privity, misrepresentation and mistake, contractual interpretation/implication/rectification, frustration, breach and termination, vitiating factors and remedies. The author achieved a first-class honours with this set of notes.

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Rivier University - MANA 537-03 Quiz-5
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MANA 537-03 QUIZ-5 QUESTION 1 1. Which of the following are generic terms? a. cellophane b. aspirin c. thermos d. All of the above are generic terms. 1 points QUESTION 2 1. Which of the following phrases is an express warranty? a. "boned chicken" b. "Maine's finest" c. "Best in the West" d. All of the above are express warranties. 1 points QUESTION 3 1. A provision in a contract requiring that a buyer obtain financing before a deal can go through is an example of: ...

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MGT 434 FINAL EXAM 2016
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1. An employment relationship where there is no contractual obligation to remain in the relationship either party may terminate the relationship at any time is: Contractor; De Facto Employment; At-Will Employment; None of the Above. 2. A test used to determine employee status which considers the right or ability to control the work: The Economic Factors Analysis The FLSA test The common law agency test The OSHA test 3. Which of the following employees are covered by Title VII of the Civil Rights...

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MGT 434 FINAL EXAM 2016
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1. An employment relationship where there is no contractual obligation to remain in the relationship either party may terminate the relationship at any time is: Contractor De Facto Employment At-Will Employment None of the Above. 2. A test used to determine employee status which considers the right or ability to control the work: The Economic Factors Analysis The FLSA test The common law agency test The OSHA test 3. Which of the following employees are covered by Title VII of the Civil Rights Ac...

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Contract Law Notes
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37 pages of clear, thorough and well-written lecture notes on core concepts surrounding UK contract law, featuring explanations and many case summaries. Topics covered include requirements of a valid contract, examples of invitations to treat, how an offer can be terminated, acceptance, consideration, promissory estoppel, capacity, intention to create legal relations, genuineness of consent (including misrepresentation and its types), duress, undue influence, illegal and void contracts, terms of...

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LAW/575 Final Exam
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1) Which of the following is true regarding state and federal court jurisdiction? In all cases, state courts have concurrent jurisdiction with the federal courts. Federal courts begin with exclusive jurisdiction until a state court intervenes. In all cases, state courts have exclusive jurisdiction unless the state's Supreme Court grants jurisdiction to a federal court in the state. In some cases, state courts have exclusive jurisdiction; in some cases, state courts have concurrent jurisdiction ...

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IBL - IBMSy1 2018
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Summary of International Business law. Both the books are used nternational business law, R. August, D. Mayer , M.Bixby 2013) (A basic guide to international business law, H. Wevers 2016) and in addition I used the powerpoint slides on Blackboard Subjects: - Introduction to international (private) law - Business forms: Multinational enterprise - The United Nations Convention on Contracts for International Sale of Goods (CISG - CISG - Seller's and buyer's obligations - CISG - Contract -> Sel...

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BUSI 301 Connect Homework chapter 1 Answers Liberty University Update!
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BUSI 301 Connect Homework chapter 1 Answers Liberty University Update! Courts with the authority to overturn trial court decisions that are inconsistent with the law are courts. The records kept by the legislature when debating a bill, the findings of fact, and the records of votes taken in passing a statute are referred to as the statute’s . The term refers to a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by a controlling authority that is binding on individuals and busine...

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LAW/575 Final Exam
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1) Which of the following is true regarding state and federal court jurisdiction? In all cases, state courts have concurrent jurisdiction with the federal courts. Federal courts begin with exclusive jurisdiction until a state court intervenes. In all cases, state courts have exclusive jurisdiction unless the state's Supreme Court grants jurisdiction to a federal court in the state. In some cases, state courts have exclusive jurisdiction; in some cases, state courts have concurrent jurisdiction ...

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