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Topic 2: LAW OF CONTRACT (Offer)
Lee Mei Ping, General Principles of Malaysian Law, 5th Edition, 2005, Oxford Fajar Sdn Bhd
Abdul Majid, Krishnan Arjunan, Business Law in Malaysia, 2005, Lexis Nexis Malayan Law Journal
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Bait and Switch
1. Betty drove three hours in one-hundred degree heat. Explain if this fact has any bearing on whether or not the dealer must perform in accordance with the published advertisement.
Advertising is a medium...
Term 1, Legal Studies, 2013
In Australia’s ever growing business economy, contracts are becoming more evident in enforcing promises between parties. From contracts involving informal agreements (buying food from your local supermarket)...
John D.R. Leonard v. PepsiCo, INC.
1. (a)What are the facts and (b) sources of law in this case?
a. Defendant PepsiCo conducted a promotional campaign in Seattle, Washington from October 1995 to March 1996. The promotion, titled "Pepsi Stuff," attempted to persuade consumers into collecting numerous...
centred around an advertisement which was placed in the Pall Mall Gazette on November 13, 1891. The advertisement was entered by The Carbolic Smoke Ball Company and was promoting a “medical preparation”1 which the company had developed, called the Carbolic Smoke Ball. The advertisement clamed that “During...
Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Ltd is one of the most leading cases in the law of contracts under common law. Known for both its academic importance and its contribution in the development of the laws relating unilateral contracts, it is still binding on lower courts in England and Wales, and is still cited...
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Topic 5 – Making a contract and the Four Step Process
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Assignment 2 – Weekly Case Law Critique
WEEK 1 CASE LAW ON
CARLILL V CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL (1893)
1. Was the advertisement by Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. a contract with the whole world?
2. Was the advertisement by Carbolic Smoke Ball Co., rewarding 100 pounds to any person...
communication style, correct grammar, and spelling establishes a cohesive value to either the nonverbal and written communication. For example, in contract negotiations with other competitive companies to create a mutually founded agreement between the parties, nonverbal communication is vital to understand...
Sir A. L. Smith was the Master of the Rolls for a year before he died in 1901.
The first point in this case is, whether the defendants' advertisement which appeared in the Pall Mall Gazette was an offer which, when accepted and its conditions performed, constituted a promise to pay, assuming there...
7. Contract--Offer by Advertisement--Performance of Condition in Advertisement-- Notification of Acceptance of Offer--Wager--Insurance--8 & 9 Vict. c. 109-- 14 Geo. 3, c. 48, s. 2. The defendants, the proprietors of a medical preparation called "The Carbolic Smoke Ball," issued an advertisement in which...
principle or issue of the law
The principle of law is that for a valid contract to be formed there must be an agreement to be reached.
Explain the rules of law relevant to the principle
There are three main requirements for the formation of a legally enforceable contract, intention, agreement and...
Since a contract is generally referred to as a binding set of promises (agreements) with which courts will enforce, the main issue in Carlill and Carbolic Smoke Company is whether there was a binding contract between the parties or not. A contract requires notification of acceptance...
Describe the formation of binding contract. Consider each of the elements involved.
Define: legally binding agreement between two parties who agree to/not perform now/future
Function: provide stability, predictability, certainty (social implications)
Contract: con – tract = to go along together
Contracts and Privacy Issues
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Contracts are the cornerstone of many of our daily interactions. Whether verbal or written, contracts are used to sell and purchase goods, transfer services...
A contract can be defined as an agreement containing promises made between two or more parties with the intention of creating certain legal rights and obligations and enforceable in a court of law (Gibson & Fraser, 2012, Business Law, p303). A contract must be satisfied certain legal requirements...
This case involved a contract dispute between Mr. John Leonard and PepsiCo Inc. arising from the claims that an advertisement by PepsiCo for a Harrier jet aircraft in exchange for Pepsi points was a valid contract. The court found that the advertisement was not an offer and ruled for the...
Since surrogacy requires a contract both parties agree to, most would think that it should be black and white, contracts are legal and binding. However what makes a contract legal and binding are the laws to support the contract. There are no laws to support a surrogacy contract here is where the child...
Hyde v Wrench(1840)
Hyde v Wrench  EWHC Ch J90 is a leading English contract law case on the issue of counter-offers and their relation to initial offers. In it Lord Langdale ruled that any counter-offer cancels the original offer. Wrench offered to sell his farm in Luddenham to Hyde for £1000...
BUS 415 Week 1 Discussion Question 2
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No first week of a law course for business students would be complete without soliciting your evaluation of the judicial merits of the now famous or more aptly put, infamous, McDonalds hot coffee case....
The existence of contract law is to prevent any sort of illegal behaviour, injustice and to clarify any confusion or misunderstanding amongst the offerror and the offeree. Everybody in this world is an offeree as we all purchase goods and services to meet our personal needs and if our expectations are...
BUS 670 Week 1 DQ 1 Constitutional and Legal Underpinnings of Business Law (Ash Course)
BUS 670 Week 1 DQ 2 Ethics and Law (Ash Course)
BUS 670 Week 1 Individual Assignment Legal Underpinnings of Business Law (Ash Course)
BUS 670 Week 2 DQ 1 Crimes That Harm Business Versus Crimes Committed...
Week 3 Individual Assignment
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Liam and Mike came to me asking for advice because Mary is refusing to pay them for painting her house. Mary asked Liam and Mike to paint her house for $2500. All oral contracts are legally binding. The only obstacle...
there a contract between the two parties, Jim and Johari?
* Invitation to treat
- A proposal is different from an invitation to treat. The Contract Act does not contain any relevant information or provision respecting this aspect of contract. It is only accepted that English Law is applicable...
BUS 670 Week 1 DQ 1 Constitutional and Legal Underpinnings of Business Law
BUS 670 Week 1 DQ 2 Ethics and Law
BUS 670 Week 1 Individual Assignment Legal Underpinnings of Business Law
BUS 670 Week 2 DQ 1 Crimes That Harm Business Versus Crimes Committed by Business
A contract is formed when one of the parties has to accept an offer made by the other. Here, David places an advertisement in the local newspaper of a reward, £1000 for the safe return of each of his six cats. This shows he is making an offer to all the readers of the Daily Bungle. An...
an advertisement in the Belfast Telegraph and decides to travel to Coleraine to purchase a home entertainment system valued at £5,000 but only £500 for the first fifty customers.
This advertisement is viewed as an offer to the public reading it.
An offer is defined as “A willingness to contract on...
LAW OF CONTRACT NOTES FOR DIPLOMA STUDENTS
The Following are for the Lecture 1.
Agreement: is an offer made by one person and an acceptance of that offer by a person
to whom the offer is made. The offer and acceptance change their characters and
Refer to Section 2 (1) (e) of the...