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J_-_THE_AGREEMENT_-_OFFER - THE AGREEMENT: OFFER T. LEIGH...

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THE AGREEMENT: OFFER “There is nothing more likely to start disagreement among people or countries than an agreement.” E.B. White T. LEIGH ANENSON, J.D., LL.M.
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CONTRACT LAW Introduction to Contracts The Agreement: Offer The Agreement: Acceptance Consideration Reality of Consent Capacity to Contract Illegality Writing Rights of Third Parties Performance & Remedies
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DEFINITION OF AN OFFER A PROMISE CONDITIONAL ON AN ACT, RETURN PROMISE OR FORBEARANCE (REFRAINING FROM DOING SOMETHING)
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PARTIES TO A CONTRACT OFFER OR = MAKES THE OFFER OFFER EE = RECEIVES THE OFFER ACCEPTANCE OFFER
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Learning Objectives Requirements for an offer Special Problems Termination of an offer 10 - 5
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Parties to a contract must have … (1)intent to enter binding agreement, (2) terms must be definite , and the (3) offer must be communicated to the offeree OFFER REQUIREMENTS 10 - 6
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Courts use the objective theory of contracts: Would a reasonable person judge the
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