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CLAW1001 Foundations of Business Law Assignment S1 2017 Distinction

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This was the semester 1, 2017 CLAW1001 Problem Question Assignment. I received a DISTINCTION for this assignment. Clearly sets out the proper formatting for answering problem questions.

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Contract law Law Private law Common law Contract Intention to be legally bound Consideration Balfour v Balfour Exclusion clause Offer and acceptance South African contract law English contract law
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Contract Intention to be legally bound Consideration Balfour v Balfour Exclusion clause Offer and acceptance South African contract law English contract law
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Whether Brendan will have cause for action against Ariana, for damages resulting from a breach of contract and the loss of potential business dealings, is contingent on whether the Heads of Agreement signed is enforceable by the courts. As set out in Masters v Cameron, there are four categories of subject to contracts.1 Brendan should argue the fourth which states the parties intend to be bound immediately but also expect to make a further contract in substitution of the current agreement which may contain additional terms.2 Although neither party expressly discussed this, it is likely that the courts would agree with Brendan’s argument. The second issue is whether a binding agreement was formed and is immediately enforceable. As such, the elements of a contract must be examined. An offer was clearly made, but the provision of final and unqualified acce...
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