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Complete Set of Business/Commercial Law Notes

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This document combines everything learnt from the weekly online tutorials with the required textbook readings.

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Contract law Law Private law Common law Contract Exclusion clause Standard form contract Breach of contract Fundamental breach Collateral contract Unconscionability Penalties in English law
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Contract Exclusion clause Standard form contract Breach of contract Fundamental breach Collateral contract Unconscionability Penalties in English law
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1. Was anything signed (Signed documents are usually binding). 2. Is there any unsigned writing which has been incorporated into the contract o Reasonable Notice Test (Parker v Sth Eastern Railway). 3. Are there any oral representations which the parties intended to be terms o Reasonable Bystander Test (Oscar Chess v Williams). Ascertaining the Relevant Evidence: • Sorting out the facts to ascertain what the parties really agreed upon is the first and most significant task of solving a contract dispute. • If the court is convinced that the written document is incomplete or is otherwise an incorrect record of the parties' transaction, the court will not apply the presumption. The presumption or 'parol evidence presumption' means that it is diffi...
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