• The Racial Contract Race Whites Moral
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    Charles Mills' The Racial Contract Theses 8, 9 and 10 I. Thesis 8: The Racial Contract tracts the moral / political consciousness of (most) white moral agents (Most controversial chapter) a. A naturalized account (actual) will help to lead to a prescription. Based on a racialize d moral psychology (p. 93): Whites act racist without even realizing it. b. Much of the chapter is a long explanation of how whites have brutalized nonwhites (pp. 98-101). Difference between cynical and realist. c. Dis...
  • Esquire Radio Electronics Montgomery Ward
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    Abstract Esquire Radio & Electronics, the plaintiff, has filed a law suit against Montgomery Ward, seeking damages for a breach of contract. Esquire alleged that Montgomery Ward supplied them with spare parts with a promise that they would buy back any excess The contract with ward was not a traditional contract, rather it was a promise to buy back the excess inventory. On many occasions Ward has forced Esquire to increase their inventory against their better judgement, Ward assured them that th...
  • Private Justice Contract Privity Law
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    Contract law- The Doctrine of privity. The law of contract is not about only private justice or public regulation; it is clearly concerned with a combination of both of these aspects of contract law in a number of ways. I will discuss this point in relation to the debate concerning privity of contract and whether a third party beneficiary of a contract should have a cause of action against the promisor. The general rule or doctrine, of privity in contract is that only parties to a contract, henc...
  • Contract Law Contracts Agreement Party
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    1. The importance of a contract law to the private market system is vital for our private enterprise economy. It helps make buyers and sellers willing to do business together. Contract laws allows private agreements to be legally enforceable. Contract laws provides enormous flexibility and precision in business dealings. It provides flexibility in that you can agree to literally anything that is not illegal or against public policy. It gives precision in that with careful thinking you can make ...
  • Pre Registration Contracts Company Contract Promoter
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    The common law view of pre-registration contracts was that the company did not exist for legal purposes until it had been formally incorporated (registered). This common law view resulted in company's being unable to enter a binding contract until they had been registered. However "given the delays which can be encountered in the registration process, the promoter of a company may wish to enter into contracts 'for' the company prior to its incorporation." An example of this may be a promoter wan...
  • Extension Of Time Contract Application City
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    In consideration of the granting, for the purpose of expediting payment, by the Board Extension of Contract Time, of an extension of contract time fixed in Contract Reg. No. : for completion of the work therein specified, we agree to and hereby waive and release any and all claims, including but not limited to, damages for delay or any other cause which we may have against the City of New York, arising out of the aforesaid contract, except for the following delay caused by change of design. We w...
  • Duty Of Care Contract Law Breach
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    A contract is an agreement between two parties. Contract law is the main area which building contracts are administered. The legal aspect of a building contract is contained in written conditions either of a general or special nature. The two parties agree to work within the conditions set down and are obliged to adhere to them or suffer penalties which are either stated within the contract or which are implied by the nature of the contract. Contracts of this nature are legally binding on both p...
  • How Cultural Difference Results In Difference In Psychological Contract
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    The term psychological contract (Argy ris, 1960; Schein, 1965) describes a set of individual perceptions concerning the terms of the exchange relationship between individuals and their organizations. For example, it may include beliefs about performance requirements, job security, training, compensation, and career development (Rousseau, 1989), but is not limited to these dimensions. Psychological contracts manifest themselves in individuals' mental representations (schemes) of their relationshi...
  • Business Law Fraudulent Misrepresentation
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    It is a question concern the law of contracts in particular, the law of misrepresentation. It is my objective to identify the difficult concept of different kind of misrepresentation and analyze why it is problematic. Misrepresentation is a false statement designed to encourage the other party to enter a contract. To prove a statement to be a misrepresentation, 7 essential conditions must be satisfied: 1. A statement must be made by word or conduct. 2. The statement must be factual. 3. The stat...
  • Business Law Time For Performance
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    Business Law BA 434 SE Midterm Exam 2001 Spring Term Question One: Jim's promise is not enforceable under the contract law. A contract consists of 3 elements: 1) offer, 2) acceptance, and 3) consideration. The offer must be definite. It must have 1) subject, 2) price, 3) offered, 4) quantity, and 5) time for performance and it must be communicated to the offered. Applying the elements of a contract to the facts before us, the contract began when Jim offered Pam a place to live. He basically stat...
  • Drive Power Contract Sue Racquets
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    Q. Sue Smasher was a promising young tennis player. In July 1991, when she was 16, she entered into the separate agreements, both of which were to run until July 1993. No. 1, with Lew Lobb, a noted tennis coach whereby he undertook to organize her training and decide which tournaments she should play in. In return, Sue agreed to act on Lew's advice and pay him 20% of her winnings from tournaments. No. 2, with Drive Power Ltd, whereby Sue promised to use their sports equipment in return for Driv...
  • Leviathan By Hobbes Social Contract
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    Thomas Hobbes in his book Leviathan, during the course of his argument about the social contract we make to surrender our rights of nature a sovereign in exchange for order and peace touches the subject of liberty. Hobbes defines liberty as the absence of opposition (by opposition, I mean external impediments of motion). (Ch 21, p. 136). In his argument, Hobbes claims that this state of liberty is mans natural state in which man fully exercises his rights of nature. Hobbes claims that this state...
  • Contracts Lump Sum
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    TERMS OF AGREEMENT Contracts should be drafted to ensure that specific topics are addressed. A construction contract should identify the contractor, the owner, and the designer. The scope of work for which the contract is being drawn should also be defined. The project may be defined in a descriptive fashion, along with specific reference to documents such as the construction drawings and specifications. The contract may stipulate that the construction project must be completed by a given date o...
  • Contract Law 61623 Acceptance Offer
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    PART I. Introduction England's contract law is consisted of several laws and they can not be written or at least explained in a student's assignment, which is consisted of 1000 words. Despite that I will try to outline the main points of the contact law and explain briefly what each means. On the second point I will explain the little difference between the English contact law with the equivalent contract law of my home country which is Cyprus. I wrote 'little differences ' because, Cyprus is fo...
  • Contracts Promised Perform
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    Contracts contract is an agreement that is enforceable by law. Modern business could not exist without such contracts. Most business transactions involve commitments to furnish goods, services, or real property; these commitments are usually in the form of contracts. Use of the contract in business affairs ensures, to some extent, the performance of an agreement, for a party that breaks a contract may be sued in court for the damages caused by the breach. Sometimes, however, a party that breaks...
  • Registration Contract Company Pre Law
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    " Section 131 of the corporations act 2001 has changed the common law in respect of pre-Registration contracts ." Explain the common law view of pre-registration contracts and then explain how section 131 has changed the common law. Then analyse and discuss the effect of section 131 and 132 in respect of the rights and obligations of promoters, companies and third parties. Your answer should make reference to the relevant cases as well as considering the legislative intention of the section. The...
  • Contract Requirements Performance Rating Achievement
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    PAST PERFORMANCE QUESTIONNAIRE Attachment 5 Name of Offeror: Name of Customer: Contract Number: Contract Value: Period of Performance: Functional Area (s): NAICS Code (s): The ratings below are supplied by the organization identified above, and submitted by the offeror with their proposal. Answers to Questions 1-6 are based on information obtained from the named organization, not the offeror. Ratings to be used are: Outstanding = 5; Excellent = 4; Good = 3; Fair = 2; Poor = 1, and Unsatisfactory...
  • Cvd Incorporated V S A S Markham Corporation
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    A Contract is a legally enforceable agreement provided the following elements are present: 1. Purpose 2. Agreement 3. Legal Capacity 4. Act (Promise to Perform) 5. Consideration 6. Execution in proper form The employment contract signed by Donadio and Connolly contained the following clauses to which they agreed when they voluntarily signed the contract. o "Subject Invention" is any invention, improvement or discovery of the Employee and which arises out of business activities at Markham. "Prop...
  • Employee Resources Psychological Contract
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    INTRODUCTION The topic of psychological contracts between employees and organizations has received renewed attention over the past 10 years. While the earliest work on this topic defined psychological contracts as the shared perceptions between employees and employers regarding what each party owed the other in the employment relationship (cf. , Argy ris; K otter and Schein), more recent work has defined the psychological contract as an individual's perception of what he / she owes the employer ...
  • Importance Of Law Counter Offer
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    (A) Consensus in idem Consensuses in idem, legal obligation and between parties are all important elements which need to exist for there to be a contract. Agreement Agreement is when 2 parties agree on the same thing. This is also known as CONSENSUS IN IDEM. This means Agreement to the same idea. The parties to the contract must be in full agreement as to what the contract is essentially about, where they are not; the contract is to be rendered void. There are many reasons why not all agreement...