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A contract is an agreement that is enforceable by law Modern business
A contract is an agreement that is enforceable by law Modern business
A contract is an agreement that is enforceable by law. Modern business could not exist without such contracts. Most business transactions involve commitments to furnish goods, services, or real property; these commitments are usually in the form of contracts. Use of the contract in business affairs ensures, to some extent, the performance of an agreement, for a party that breaks a contract may be sued in court for the damages caused by the breach. Sometimes, however, a party that breaks a contr
On Libertarianism
On Libertarianism
On Libertarianism Ethics 04/28/04 One of the most attractive features of libertarianism is that it is basically a very simple ideology. Maybe even simpler than Marxism, since you don't have to learn foreign words like proletariat . Essentially, it is a theory about the permissible use of non-consensual force. It holds that agents fully own themselves and have moral powers to acquire property rights in external things under certain conditions. These property rights set the following limits of for
Britain has one of the most developed systems of collective bargaining
Britain has one of the most developed systems of collective bargaining
Britain has one of the most developed systems of collective bargaining in the world, especially amongst manual workers. Its sophistication is one of the main reasons why British workers traditionally pressed less for the statutory provision of basic rights in the work place than their Continental colleagues. Most trade unionists prefer to put a grievance ‘through procedure’ rather than go to an industrial tribunal. Dubin has described collective bargaining as ‘the great social invention that ha
Obligations II Contract Law
Obligations II Contract Law
Obligations II : Contract Law Using Examples (eg education, health, etc), critically analyse the role of contract principles in the provision of public sector services. Traditionally, there has been a distinction, in essence if not in entirety, between public sector bodies on one hand, and private firms on the other.Public service areas, for example schools, hospitals, and the utilities, were under the control of public bodies such as local government, and stayed at a distance from the sphere o
CONTRACTS
CONTRACTS
CONTRACTS A contract is an agreement that is enforceable by law. Modern business could not exist without such contracts. Most business transactions involve commitments to furnish goods, services, or real property; these commitments are usually in the form of contracts. Use of the contract in business affairs ensures, to some extent, the performance of an agreement, for a party that breaks a contract may be sued in court for the damages caused by the breach. Sometimes, however, a party that break
Bioethics
Bioethics
Bioethics Progress in the pharmacological, medical and biological sciences involves experimentation on all living species, including animals and humans. The effectiveness of medications investigative procedures and treatments must at some point be tested on animals and human beings. Although tests are conducted much more frequently on lab animals, especially those most related to humans, they do not provide sufficient information. The history of medicine shows that there has always been a need f
US Russia Relations
US Russia Relations
U.S. Russia Relations Russia, a vast country with a wealth of natural resources, a well, educated population, and diverse industrial base, continues to experience, formidable difficulties in moving from its old centrally planned economy to a modern market economy. President Yeltsin's government has made substantial strides in converting to a market economy since launching its economic reform program in January 1992 by freeing nearly all prices, slashing defense spending, eliminating the old cent
Citizen's Charter is a document which represents a systematic effort t
Citizen's Charter is a document which represents a systematic effort t
Citizen's Charter is a document which represents a systematic effort to focus on the commitment of the Organisation towards its Citizens in respects of Standard of Services, Information, Choice and Consultation, Non- discrimination and Accessibility, Grievance Redress, Courtesy and Value for Money. This also includes expectations of the Organisation from the Citizen for fulfilling the commitment of the Organisation. The Citizen's Charter is not legally enforceable and, therefore, is non-justifi