Assignment module 5 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p.14
Res ipsa loquitur is a Latin phrase that means the thing speaks for itself
(Textbook p.138).The concept of res ipsa implies that if the plaintiff brings
particular circumstantial facts, it becomes the
Assignment module 14 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 323
According to the textbook (p.313), time is of the essence could be implied to
contracts in which failure to perform on time is a material breach. Time is of the
essence when missing a contractual
Assignment module 13 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 305
Contracts involving personal rights refers to contracts in which some element of
personal skill, credit, character, or judgment is an essential part of the agreement
and therefore such contracts a
Assignment module 8 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 201
The first requirement for an effective offer is a present intent to contract (Textbook
p.188) on the part of the offeror. Present intent is not determined by the subjective
intentions, beliefs, and
Assignment module 12 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 277
Contracts injurious to public service may include agreements that induce public
servants to deviate from their duties, agreements that create a conflict a public
employee`s personal interests and
Assignment module 7 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 184
There is no doubt that most of the rules of contract law presently conform with
notions of good faith and fair dealing. The doctrine of good faith and fair dealing is
a centuries-old concept. It is
Assignment module 9 by Shtabina A.
Q. 2 p. 233
According to textbook (p.231), illusory promise is a promise that is worded in a
way that allows the promisor to decide whether or not to perform the promise.
Illusory promise is usually unenforcea
Assignment module 6 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p.166
Let us start with by considering the definition of a trade secret. A trade secret is
commercial information of every kind, which is not public knowledge or which
cannot readily and legally be discove
Assignment module 4 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p.130
False imprisonment is the intentional confinement of a person for an appreciable
time without the person`s consent (Textbook p.120). An actor can be charged for
false imprisonment, according to the T
Assignment module 11 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 261
According to the textbook (p.256), fraud in the execution implies misstatements
about the content or legal effect of something usually contained in a form or
preprinted contract. In the Restatemen
Assignment module 10 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p. 246
To begin with the minor who does not disaffirm within a reasonable time after
attaining majority is held to ratified the contract and thereafter loses the right to
disaffirm (Textbook p.238). The
Paul Produce made the following statement to Barbie Buyer."Hey Barbie, I am
thinking of selling my complete supply of bananas for 10 cents per pound."
Discuss your legal position on whether the statement is an offer. If so, how long
does it remain an offe
Assignment module 3 by Shtabina A.
Q. 1 p.115
Crimes are classified according to the gravity of the offense. We can subdivide all
types of the crimes into two large groups: felonies and misdemeanors.
Felony is serious offense that is generally p
I do not think that Adam could imagine that it ended exactly this way, but let's try
to untangle everything in this situation and identify the main torts.
Before it all went wrong, Adam committed the battery rubbing Beulah`s arm as it
was unconsented and
I believe Phil has really adventurous and mettlesome desire within his limited
recourses, but actually let`s discuss secure variant of contract for Bob Ferapples in
First, we should mention that Phil is a minor. Thus, in most cases with some
To begin with, we should review this situation in terms of the two opposite
positions, two opposite schools of jurisprudence. According to legal positivism,
there is not necessarily a connection between law and morality. Instead, it holds
that law comes f
Assignment module 2 by Shtabina A.
C. 5 p.79
According to Rights Theory, especially Modern Rights Theories, (Textbook p.5455) human rights universal, inalienable, indivisible and interdependent. Followers
of this theory believe that there may be
Assignment module 1. by Shtabina A.
First and foremost it should be noted that in this case we should refer to the process
of legal interpretation. This is one of the legal reasoning`s elements that helps us
understand how lawyers and judges inte
As for the concept of negligent per se, Passenger will not recover against Driver.
This doctrine implies plaintiff can recover from defendant according following
requirement: actor is negligent if, without excuse, the actor violates a statute that is
The response to the first assumption will be situation under mutual mistake.
Actually, conduction of both parties and no meeting of the minds led to the
unpleasant result. Certainly, it should be base for granting rescission of the contract
at the request
MODULE THREE, Chapters 12 - 20
Take Test: C18; DUE MAY 3 AT 11:59 PM
Take Test: C18; DUE MAY 3 AT 11:59 PM