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mid-semester assignment semester 1 2013- Part A problem question Agreement and Estoppel

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The scheme has been revoked after 2 years. John achieved A-Grade ratings in 2 out of 2 appraisals for that year, thereby he was entitled to the 15% bonus, and 4 out of 5 appraisals to qualify for the 30% bonus. We are advising John as to whether he can still claim the bonuses under the scheme. I. Agreement Firstly, we must establish whether there was a contractual relationship between John and the government. a) Offer i. First proposal The proposal will be a valid offer if it is sufficiently final and certain. In Mobil, the commitment to “find a way” to extend tenure was ‘too vague and uncertain’ to be capable of giving rise to a contractual obligation.1 In the present case, the commitment made by the government was clear and certain: reports laid out the details of the scheme, summarised the Prime minister ...
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