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Final Exam Cheat Sheet - Business Law and Ethics

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BSB111 Business Law and Ethics Final Examination Cheat Sheet - 12,000 words put into 4 pages. Print double sided

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Final Exam Cheat Sheet - Business Law and Ethics
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Offer and acceptance Contract Option contract Posting rule Consideration Intention to be legally bound Parol evidence rule Unconscionability
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Offer and acceptance Contract Option contract Posting rule Consideration Intention to be legally bound Parol evidence rule Unconscionability
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Some contracts are formed and performed at the same time. With other contracts, one or both of the parties make a promise and therefore have an ongoing obligation once the agreement has been formed, 1. intention to create legal relations 2. Agreement an offer and acceptance) 3. Consideration the price 4. Capacity of the parties 5. Consent that is genuine 6. legality of objects An agreement means that there has been a valid offer made and that it has been accepted. So to determine if an agreement exists: is there an offer and Has the offer been accepted An offer can be made to one person, many people, or the world at large. The person/5 receiving the offer is called the offeree. An offer can be: in accepted by the offeree or a terminated 1. rejected by the offeree, 2, revoked by the offeror,...
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