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Bailment

Bailment When physical possession of property is transferred from one party (referred to as the Bailor) to another person (known as the Bailee) the legal term used to describe this…

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Anticipatory Breach of Contract

Anticipatory Breach of Contract When we enter into a contract, perhaps to acquire goods or maybe even services, there may be occasions when a person who has entered into a…

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Accepting a Contract

Accepting a Contract We enter into and accepting a contract all the time, when buying something such as a car, taking out a credit agreement or signing up to a…

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What is a Contract?

What is a Contract? Under Contract Law, contracts, in its simplest form it is an agreement between two or more parties which is enforceable by law. Contracts play a big…

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What is a clause?

What is a Clause? When it comes to contracts, you may often wonder what is a clause? A contract clause is in its most basic form a set of terms…

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Retention of Title

Retention of Title and “Romalpa” Although widely known as simply “ Romalpa” the full title of the case is Aluminium Industrie Vaassen BV v Romalpa Aluminium Ltd [1976] 1 WLR…

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Undue Influence

Undue Influence Undue influence is a process whereby parties who have entered into a contract can be released if they entered into the contract under the influence of another, whether…

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Breach of Contract

Breach of Contract Breach of contract is a legal term which relates to a single or multiple terms of an agreement being broken. Any breach of contract may result in…

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Contract Law

What is a contract? Contract Law in its simplest form is an agreement between two or more parties which is enforceable by law. Contracts play a big part in our everyday…

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