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  • Merriam Webster Dictionary International Law
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    When comparing apples to pears, one is not making a fair comparison, but a disproportionate comparison. Often times when international law is discussed or attempts are made to understand international law; many often attempt to compare international law with existing laws such as national law or domestic law. Making such disproportionate comparisons leads to many misconceived notions and attitudes toward international law. For an adequate comparison of international law to other laws, one should...
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  • Administrative Law And Proportionality
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    ... review using proportionality. It is the economic and social elements of a democratic society that need to be accounted for. A French case showed that the closing of a polluting power station was balanced to the economic and social order that would follow the closure. 5 Proportionality also as a principle of law has been used to interpret areas of the European convention on Human Rights. An example, Article 10 (1) of the Convention guarantees the right to freedom and to impart information and...
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  • Granger V Gough Invitation To Treat Offer
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    The transmission of such a price-list does not amount to an offer to supply an unlimited quantity of the wine described at the price named, so that as soon as an order is given there is a binding contract to supply that quantity. If it were so, the merchant might find himself involved in any number of contractual obligations to supply wine of a particular description which he would be quite unable to carry out, his stock of wine of that description being necessarily limited. I entertain, I confe...
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  • Good Faith English Law
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    The aim of the work is to try to identify the key law case and discuss how it should be resolved in according to English and French laws. It is necessary to describe the case and to define the major reasons for considering it to be one of the major cases. The case to be described is the case of Walford v. Miles and its meaning is in revisiting the principles of good faith in the English law. English and French laws It is stated that connection of the legal rights and good faith principles have a...
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  • Terms And Conditions Laws And Regulations
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    Online Contracts One of the great strengths of the internet, and in particular the World Wide Web, is the ability to make information available to large numbers of people at low cost. Ever increasing numbers of businesses and consumers have cheap and easy access to the web, representing a vast potential market which is tempting more and more businesses into having a 'web presence'. By its nature the internet is international, but the majority of laws and regulations have effect and are enforced ...
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  • English Law One Person
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    BUSINESS LAW The doctrine of promissory estoppel prevents one party from backing out from a promise made to a second party if the latter reasonably relied and acted upon that promise. In English law, a promise that is made without consideration, meaning something that is executed or acted upon in return for a contractual promise, is not enforceable. All contracts must have this element of consideration in order for it to be enforced. This paper gives a critical analysis of the statement: The doc...
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  • English Common Law Third Party
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    ... for debt brought about by the commercialism of the English society. How then do common law principles stand by their place in todays time? What have been their long, standing defenses that have made them become worthy of respect and adherence to all these times? Under the English common law the consideration that motivated parties to enter into an agreement also spelled out the doctrine of equity. (Kahn, Victoria, 2005). Because of the doctrine of equity, promises, whether verbal or written,...
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  • Starting Point English Law
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    The transmission of such a price-list does not amount to an offer to supply an unlimited quantity of the wine described at the price named, so that as soon as an order is given there is a binding contract to supply that quantity. If it were so, the merchant might find himself involved in any number of contractual obligations to supply wine of a particular description which he would be quite unable to carry out, his stock of wine of that description being necessarily limited. I entertain, I confe...
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  • Place In Society Racial Segregation
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    Societies have always had different classes, or subdivisions of economic and political standing. Ancient Greece was divided into the educated upper class, the middle working class, and slaves. Europe in the Middle Ages had an upper ruling class, and a poor working class. Africa in the past on hundred years had two classes, colonists and native Africans. Each class had a strict place in society and each person in that society was expected to conform to the behavior expected of their class. In the...
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