Blaw test 3 review

Blaw test 3 review - Blaw test 3 review Pg 208 o Req of a...

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Blaw test 3 review Pg 208 o Req of a valid contract Agreement Consideration Contractual capacity Legality (mutual ascent) o Defense to the contract: Form Voluntary consent: both parties must be in agreement (can’t be out of duress, undue influence etc) o Bilateral Contract: if offeree can accept by simply promising to perform o Unilateral Contract: offeree can only accept the offer by completing the contract Can’t be revoked once performance has begun being that it show intent to accept o Implied contracts: conduct of party creates and defines the terms of contract o Executory contract vs executed: Executed fully performed contract Executor: not fully completed o Voidable contracts: valid, but can be avoided by one or both parties o Quasi Contracts: not real contracts that anyone has agreed to, but can be imposed upon by a judge 215 o Interp of contract Reasons: meaning unclear Prewritten < written terms Rules of interpretation:
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