5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Parol Evidance
- Void Contract
can be put into effect or carried out refering to legal right. eg. contract;judment
Having legal capacity; capable quallified
- c Rule evidance of fraud contract
A proposal made with the purpose of obtaining and acceptance, therby creating a contract.
- e A contract that creates no legal rights= no contract at all.
5 Multiple choice questions
Involoving two intrests. 2. having two sides
Acceptance of an offer takes place when the accaptance is mailed
A contract made for the benefit of a third person
A contract that is not written. Unless the asubject of the contract is covered by the statuate of frauds, it is jsut as valid as a written contract
an obligation imposed by law to achieve equity, contracts imposed by the law usualy to prevent un just enrichment. A legal fiction that a contract exsists.
5 True/False questions
Implied Contract →
contract implied in fact, which the law infers from the circumstances , conduct,acts, or the relationshipsof the parties rather than their spoken words. 2. contracts implied in law which are quasi contracts or constructive .
Restitution → in both contract and tort a remdy that restores the status quo
The sum of money that may be recovered in the courts of financial reperation for an injury or wrong suffered as a result of breech of contract or a totious act
The reason a person enters into a contract-Vlaue-
Unilateral Contract →
A contract in which there is a promise on one side only, the consideration being an act rather than a promise.