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    salmankhaliq
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    what is mean by remoteness


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    literally – it’s something which is a long way away. In the context of breach of contract and measurement / appropriateness of damages, remoteness refers to how far the breacher could have foreseen that, by his actions / breach, the other party would be damaged. If it’s too remote, too unforeseeable, then the Courts will not award damages for that remote element.


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    salmankhaliq
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    waht is mean by privity


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    salmankhaliq
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    ratio decienci and obdim dictom


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    privity means that the only persons who can sue to enforce a contract ( or claim damages ) are people who were party to the contract. There are exceptions – Beswick v Beswick is an example – but the general principle still applies. If I hit you, what right has your neighbour got to sue me?


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    Ratio decidendi and obiter dicta – the translation from the Latin literally means “the reason for the decision” and “things said by the way”. In the context of judicial precedent, subsequent courts ( and therefore judges) have to follow the ratio from earlier decisions in similar cases whereas they can treat obiter as merely persuasive


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    salmankhaliq
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    what is mean by persuasive


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    salmankhaliq
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    what is mean by intention?


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    salmankhaliq
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    what is mean by consideration?


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    salmankhaliq
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    what is mean by “clauses” and “exclusion clauses”


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    salmankhaliq
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    explain brifly breach of contract


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    Salman, listen to the audio lectures!


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    bijaya
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    What is agency law?


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    Agency law is the part of English law which relates to agents and their relationship with their principals. Have you done any work of your own, or are you expecting others to do everything for you? :-)


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    bijaya
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    what is the meaning of expeditious.


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    bijaya
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    Please tel me the case law of Chappell and Co.vs Nestle Co.


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    bijaya
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    please make me clear of the case law of Chappell and Co. vs Nestle Co.


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    I’m so sorry Bilaya, but I’m going to suggest that you look it up in a dictionary or in google.

    I’m not here to waste my time trying to increase your vocabulary!


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    acltang72
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    The purpose of this forum is to ask for help on subjects that you attempted and still do not understand. Please be sensible and google the definitions. Thanks

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