Fair Competition Act - Part 2
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
Sections 17 to 36 of the Act treat with anti-competitive practices ..read more
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Fair Competition Act 1993 - Part 1
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
The Fair Competition Act of 1993 is two fold - It regulates the competitive environment and it seeks to provide consumer protection ..read more
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Sales of Goods Act
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
Speciality Contract. Concerned with when the transfer of the property in the Goods passes from the Seller to the Buyer. What is a Sale? What is an Agreement to Sell ..read more
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The Elements of Contract
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
Consideration. What constitutes good consideration. Executors, Executed and Past Consideration. The Rule in Pinel's Case and the exceptions to the rule of Past Consideration ..read more
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Elements of Contract
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
Distinction between Offer and Invitation to Treat, Termination of Offer, Acceptance ..read more
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Elements of Contract
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
There are five elements of contract formation, namely valid offer, valid acceptance, good consideration, intention to be legally bound and capacity. In this session we are exploring what constitutes a valid offer and how that is distinct from an invitation to treat ..read more
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Vitiating Factors - Part 2 - Misrepresentation
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
In Part 1 we looked at Mistake as a vitiating factor. Here we turn our focus to Misrepresentation. We are concerned with typology, effect and remedies. The extent and the limitation of those remedies ..read more
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Vitiating Factors - Part 1 - Mistake
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
Having established a valid contract and what are the express, implied or intermediary terms of that contract, the questions is can anything render such a contract invalid and if yes, what are those factors? What remedies are available? What is the typology of the vitiating factors ..read more
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Content of Contract
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
Having established the elements of a valid contract we now turn our attention to the content of the contract. What are the Express and or implied terms to which the parties have bound themselves to perform. If the fail so to do, what are the consequences ..read more
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The Law Relation to Contract - Intention and Capacity
Business Law
by Arnaldo Brown
11M ago
The intention to be legally bound is at the heart of contract formation. This is and objective test taking into account whether the Agreements are Domestic or Commercial. Less emphasized is the capacity to contract, is the person an adult or minor of sound or unsound mind. Sober or drunk ..read more
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