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Principles of Business Law Notes

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Law Contract law Merritt v Merritt Intention to be legally bound Contract Precedent Law of the United States Balfour v Balfour Case law Common law Conflict of laws Procedure in conflict of laws
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Law Contract law Merritt v Merritt Intention to be legally bound Contract Precedent Law of the United States Balfour v Balfour Case law Common law Conflict of laws Procedure in conflict of laws
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If breached, a sanction or a remedy will be the result. - Law: consists of the rules of conduct and organisation that are recognised and enforced by the government of a country. • Non-legal rules: Non-legal rules are rules of conduct or organisation that are enforced by things such as peer pressure, a need for co-operation, feelings of goodwill, or convenience. Different kinds of law: • Natural laws: are those rules of conduct that accord with our realised experiences of the physical world. • Moral and religious laws: are rules of conduct derived from belief systems, sometimes recorded in authoritative texts, sometimes passed on by oral tradition. • Custom laws: consists of rules of conduct that have been established by long usage and are obeyed because of peer pressure or because they a...
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