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  • Chapter 7 - The essentials of contract law. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Define contract, explain the origin of the law merchant, discuss the relationship between common law and the law merchant, identify the four elements of a contract, explain the objectives of contract law.

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  • T he invention of e-mail as an efficient mode of communication gives rise to an intriguing benefit:One need not answer a question immediately as would be expected in real-time conversation. Therefore, on occasion, I prefer to ponder before I answer, as I did when honored with the request to write this preface to Essentials of Licensing Intellectual Property.

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  • After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What is a contract? What are the sources of contract law? How can contracts be classified? What are the rules that guide the interpretation of contracts? What are the elements of a valid offer and valid acceptance? How does an offer terminate?

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  • Chapter 7 - Contract law (Part 1). At the end of this chapter you should be able to: describe how contracts can be classified, distinguish formal contracts from simple contracts, identify the six essential elements required to make a valid contract, explain how the law determines whether parties to a contract intend to create a legal relationship, define the term ‘offer’ and distinguish it from an ‘invitation to treat’,...

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  • Chapter 13: Discharge and remedies. After reading this chapter, you should be able to answer the following questions: What are the primary methods of discharging a contract? What are the primary legal remedies available for a breach of contract? What are the primary equitable remedies available for a breach of contract?

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  • Chapter 4 - Business organisations. At the end of this chapter you should understand: the essential characteristics of sole traders, partnerships, joint ventures, associations, companies, and trusts; the legal obligations imposed on each type of business entity; the liability of the parties involved in each type of business entity;...

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  • Chapter 4 - Business organisations. At the end of this chapter you should understand: the essential characteristics of sole traders, partnerships, joint ventures, associations, companies, and trusts; the legal obligations imposed on each type of business entity; the liability of the parties involved in each type of business entity;...

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  • After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What types of contracts fall within the statute of frauds? What are the requirements for a writing to satisfy the statute of frauds? What does the parol evidence rule do? What is the difference between an assignment and a delegation? What does it mean to say that the assignee stands in the shoes of the assignor?

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  • A ‘rule of law’ approach would promote mutual agreements and investments, but be much tougher on their implementation. For example, the European Commission should be given political support to apply competition policy in the energy sector, and to investigate some of the more dubious deals between Russian and EU companies. More generally, the EU should demand the enforcement of the growing number of agreements which have not been implemented – the PCA, the four Common Spaces and the European Energy Charter.

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  • Chapter 10: Capacity and legality. After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What is the legal effect of a lack of capacity on a person’s ability to enter into a contract? Under what circumstances would a party have limited capacity to enter into a contract? What is the legal effect of entering into a contract for an illegal purpose?

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  • After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What constitutes a breach of a sales contract? What is resale? What money damages are available for breach? What are liquidated damages? What is cover? When is specific performance of the contract a remedy?

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  • Chapter 15 - Sales and lease contracts: Performance, warranties, and remedies. After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What is the difference between conforming and nonconforming goods? What is the perfect tender rule? What is the right to cure? What is commercial impracticability? What are the implied warranties of title, merchantability, and particular purpose?

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  • The essential role of the disciplinary sanctions is similar to that of the criminal sanctions and consists in the future prevention of facts that could affect the labor relations, which result from the individual employment contract concluded between the employer and the employee according to the law.

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